Junior kindergarten pilot: Program evaluation 2005-2006
DeBaryshe, Barbara D.;
Hawaii Educational Policy Center
||An evaluation of the experiences of schools participating in a two-tiered kindergarten pilot program in Hawaii in which younger children, after their first year in kindergarten, are either promoted to first grade or spend a second year in kindergarten, based on teacher and principal surveys and focus groups and administrative data from the 37 participating schools
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