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The effects of Oklahoma?s pre-K program on Hispanic children

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An assessment of the effects of Oklahoma?s universal prekindergarten program on the learning gains of Hispanic students in Tulsa, based on an experimental group of 274 students who have completed prekindergarten and a control group of 333 students about to enter prekindergarten
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Oklahoma

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