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The Chicago Program Evaluation Project: C-PEP: Key findings: Children in Chicago's early childhood programs are making significant gains

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A summary of a study of four-year-old children and their experiences in early childhood education programs in Chicago in the 2006-2007 school year, including children's characteristics and developmental levels, characteristics of early childhood program teachers and classrooms, and children's development over the course of the school year and its relationship to family and classroom characteristics, based on child assessments, teacher interviews, and classroom observations in a representative sample of children and classes
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