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Project Early Kindergarten evaluation: Results through 2008-09 of a Saint Paul Public Schools initiative

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An evaluation of the efficacy of Project Early Kindergarten (PEK) in the improvement of at risk children?s school readiness, including a comparison of the readiness of children attending PEK programs in school-based settings and community-based PEK programs
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
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Minnesota

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