Continued impacts of New Mexico PreK on children's readiness for kindergarten: Results from the third year of implementation [Executive summary]

Author(s): Hustedt, Jason T.; Barnett, W. Steven; Jung, Kwanghee; Figueras, Alexandra;
Date Issued: September 2009
Publisher(s): National Institute for Early Education Research (U.S.)
Description: A summary of a study of the impacts of participation in New Mexico PreK, a state-funded preschool program for four-year-old children offered through a variety of public and community-based providers, on children's receptive vocabulary, early literacy, and early math skills at kindergarten entry
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