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What do they do all day?: Comprehensive evaluation of a full-day kindergarten
A two-year longitudinal study of the impact of full-day kindergarten on children's academic achievements and first-grade readiness as compared with children who participated in half-day kindergarten programs; also analyzed are parents' satisfaction levels with the full-day kindergarten curriculum
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