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Summative evaluation of the Ready to Learn Initiative: Preschool teachers can use a media-rich curriculum to prepare low-income children for school success: Results of a randomized controlled trial

An investigation of the effect of the inclusion of children's video programming in the preschool curriculum on children's early literacy skills, based on a random sample of 398 low-income children aged 4 and 5 years old from 80 preschool classrooms from 47 child care centers in New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area assigned to receive a 10 week technology-supported literacy curriculum or a 10 week technology-supported science curriculum comparison group
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United States
California; New York

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