Why should pre-k be more like elementary school?: A case study of pre-k reform
Brown, Christopher P.;
Gasko, John W.
||A case study of reasons for stakeholders' attraction to the Texas Early Education Model (TEEM), a reform process that aligns their prekindergarten programs both horizontally across prekindergarten programs within districts and vertically with their K-12 education systems, and, after implementing the TEEM model, their views of the influence of their participation on their programs, based on data from 23 participants across 4 of the 5 districts that participated in TEEM
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||Journal of Research in Childhood Education
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