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Effects of five state prekindergarten programs on early learning

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A study of the impact of state prekindergarten programs in Michigan, New Jersey, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and West Virginia on children's vocabulary, math, and print awareness skills by comparing children who had completed a year of prekindergarten with nonparticipants who had missed the enrollment age cut-off and were about to start prekindergarten
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Michigan; New Jersey; Oklahoma; South Carolina; West Virginia

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