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Meeting families’ needs: Attendance rates in full-day vs. half-day pre-k

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Authors examined two Chicago initiatives, the 2014 Illinois state federally funded Pre-K Development Grant Expansion and the North Lawndale Cluster initiative (NLCI), where Chicago Public Schools (CPS) transitioned from half-day to full-day pre-k. The transition to full-day pre-k in Chicago schools was analyzed to see if full-day programs correlated with a higher overall attendance rate.

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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Illinois

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