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Project Early K 2005-06 evaluation results: School component

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An evaluation of the implementation and outcomes of Project Early K, an early kindergarten program in St. Paul, Minnesota, for four-year-old children intended to facilitate the transition to kindergarten, based on interviews with principals, classroom observations, school and program records, parent surveys, and child assessments
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Minnesota

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