Who is ahead and who is behind?: Gaps in school readiness and student achievement in the early grades for California's children
The first component of a multicomponent study of preschool education in California, which focuses on whether students were meeting the state's early elementary math and English-language arts standards and how increased access to high-quality preschool programs can close achievement gaps, based on state- and local-level school readiness and achievement
data, as well as on previous studies of the benefits of high-quality
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Who is ahead and who is behind?: Gaps in school readiness and student achievement in the early grades for California's children [Executive summary]
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Effects of classroom practices and funding streams on early childhood learning outcomes