The effects of Oklahoma's pre-kindergarten program on 3rd grade test scores
Gormley, Jr., William T.;
Hill, Carolyn J.;
Georgetown University. Center for Research on Children in the United States
||A summary of a study of the relationship of participation in Oklahoma's universal public prekindergarten program to third grade reading and math scores, based on data collected from a cohort of 1,038 third grade children who had participated in the Tulsa Public Schools prekindergarten program and 961 comparison nonparticipants, and from a second cohort of 1,087 participants and 937 comparison nonparticipants
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