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Rochester Early Childhood Assessment Partnership: 2007-08 eleventh annual report
Hightower, A. Dirk, October 2008
(Technical Report and Works in Progress Series: Number T08-006). Rochester, NY: Children's Institute.

Findings from the eleventh year of an assessment of the quality, parental satisfaction, and the outcomes of children in early childhood programs in Rochester, New York, based on parent surveys observations of children and their classrooms

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Rochester Early Childhood Assessment Partnership: 2007-08 eleventh annual report [Executive summary]
Hightower, A. Dirk, October 2008
(Technical Report and Works in Progress Series: Number T08-006). Rochester, NY: Children's Institute.

A summary of findings from the eleventh year of an assessment of the quality, parental satisfaction, and the outcomes of children in early childhood programs in Rochester, New York, based on parent surveys observations of children and their classroom

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Rochester Early Childhood Assessment Partnership: 2007-08 eleventh annual report: Statistical supplement
Hightower, A. Dirk, December, 2008
Rochester, NY: Children's Institute.

A statistical data supplement to an annual assessment of the quality, parental satisfaction, and the outcomes of children in early childhood programs in Rochester, New York, including a description of the measures used

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