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Ready to learn?: Children's pre-academic achievement in pre-kindergarten programs

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An evaluation of the effects of program structural and process quality, materials, effective teaching, and teacher-child relationships on academic and social skills outcomes in a sample of 2800 children from state-funded pre-kindergarten programs in eleven states
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United States

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