A profile of kindergarten readiness in East Yakima: Fall 2007
The first year of analyses from a multi-year kindergarten readiness study, one of four components in an overall evaluation, of the East Yakima Early Learning Initiative, part of a 10-year strategy to improve children's school readiness in Washington State, that describe the school readiness and family characteristics of children entering kindergarten in fall 2007 in East Yakima, Washington, based on parent interviews, home observations, direct child assessments, and teacher reports of children's skills and behavior
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A profile of kindergarten readiness in East Yakima: Fall 2007 [Executive summary]
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