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Preschool in the public school: A case study of a program implementation for at-risk four-year olds

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A description of the cognitive gains as well as a case study of the implementation of Opening the World of Learning curriculum over the course of the first half of a school year at a half-day preschool classroom in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, funded by Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts
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United States
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Pennsylvania

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