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The impact of early learning partnerships: Indicators of progress for Pre-K Counts in Pennsylvania: A descriptive study of child and program outcomes: 2005-2007

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Findings from an outcome evaluation of Pre K Counts, a Pennsylvania initiative to improve early education and care quality by increasing prekindergarten partnerships among community-based child care providers and school districts, based on measures of children's development and program quality
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Pennsylvania

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