National Center for Early Development and Learning Multi-State Study of Pre-Kindergarten, 2001-2003
Clifford, Richard M.;
Winton, Pamela J.;
Bryant, Donna M.;
Early, Diane Marie;
||The National Center for Early Development and Learning (NCEDL) Multi-State Study of Pre-Kindergarten examined the pre-kindergarten programs of six states: California, Illinois, New York, Ohio, Kentucky, and Georgia. For this study, pre-kindergarten (pre-k) included center-based programs for four-year-olds that are fully or partially funded by state education agencies and that are operated in schools or under the direction of state and local education agencies.
The study had two primary purposes:
1) To describe the variations of experiences for children in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs in school-related settings (public schools and state-funded pre-k classrooms in community-based settings).
2) To examine the relationships between variations in pre-kindergarten/kindergarten experiences and children's outcomes in early elementary school.
The above information pertains to the Main Child Level Public-use version and the Main Child Level Restricted-use version. From these main datasets, subsets were created at the classroom level for Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K Classroom Level Public-use version and Pre-K Classroom Level Restricted-use version) and for Kindergarten (Kindergarten Classroom Level Public-use version and Kindergarten Classroom Level Restricted-use version).
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Institute of Education Sciences (U.S.)
||Clifford, Dick, Donna Bryant, Margaret Burchinal, Oscar Barbarin, Diane Early, Carollee Howes, Robert Pianta, and Pam Winton. National Center for Early Development and Learning Multistate Study of Pre-Kindergarten, 2001-2003 [Computer file]. ICPSR04283-v2. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2009-06-08.
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