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The effect of pre-school education on academic performance in primary school: A case study of grade one pupils in Botswana
Taiwo, A. A., 2002
International Journal of Educational Development, 22(2), 169-180

An analysis of the impact of preschool educational experiences on academic skills at school entry of children in Botswana

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The effect of pre-school education on academic performance in primary school: A case study of grade one pupils in Botswana
Taiwo, A. A., March, 2002
International Journal of Educational Development, 22(2), 169-180

A study of differences in English language, mathematics, and science measures between groups of children who did and did not participate in preschool, an examination of differences by gender, and a survey of teachers' opinions regarding the academic performance and the social adjustment of the two groups while in primary school, based on data from 120 grade one students in primary schools in Botswana and 20 of their teachers

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Joint analysis of preschool attendance and school performance in the short and long-run
Aguilar, Renato, March, 2012
International Journal of Educational Development, 32(2), 224-231

A longitudinal estimation of the influence of preschool attendance and several other variables on the academic achievement and grade progression of children in the first and fourth grades, based on data collected from a cohort of students in Montevideo, Uruguay who entered school in 1999

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Parental or policy maker misunderstandings? Contextual dilemmas of pre-schooling for poverty reduction in Malawi
Kholowa, Foster, July 2007
International Journal of Educational Development, 27(4), 458-472

An analysis of the international policy agenda on the role of preschool as a poverty reduction tool, and its implications for national policy intentions in Malawi, using evidence from a case study of four rural preschools in poor and mainly agrarian communities

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Pre-primary education in Tanzania: Observations from urban and rural classrooms
Mtahabwa, Lyabwene, May 2010
International Journal of Educational Development, 30(3), 227-235

An examination of the relationship between preprimary educational policy and actual practice based on observations and an analysis of videotapes of 3 lessons each for 5 teachers in 2 urban and 2 rural schools in Tanzania

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Understanding the complexity of preschool teaching in Hong Kong: The way forward to professionalism
Dora, Ho Choi-Wa, 2006
International Journal of Educational Development, 26(3), 305-314

A paper analyzing the perception of Hong Kong preschool teachers and how to improve the image of the preschool education field within the local context

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