An evaluation of the implementation of Georgia's pre-k program: Report of the findings from the Georgia Early Childhood Study (2002-03)

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Henry, Gary T.; Ponder, Bentley D.; Rickman, Dana K.; Mashburn, Andrew J.; Henderson, Laura W.; Gordon, Craig S.;
Date Issued: 2004
Publisher(s): Georgia State University. School of Policy Studies
Description: An assessment of the extent to which differences in implementation of Georgia full day, publicly subsidized Pre-K affects the development of enrolled four-year-olds
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