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The Early Development Instrument as an evaluation and improvement tool for school-based integrated services for young children and parents: The Toronto First Duty Project

A description of the use of the Early Development Instrument (EDI) to influence program improvements and to measure community-level school readiness among children enrolled in a program for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and parents across a school district in Toronto, and a comparison of EDI scores at the Toronto First Duty (TFD) integrated services project sites and matched non-TFD community school sites
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