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High-quality school-based pre-k can boost early learning for children with special needs

A comparison of letter word, spelling, and applied problems scores for both children with and without special needs upon entrance into kindergarten after participation in the Tulsa public prekindergarten program, and to children with and without special needs upon entrance into the program the following year, based on data from the 2006-2007 school years from 1,367 Tulsa public prekindergarten entrants and 1,385 Tulsa prekindergarten alumni children upon entrance into kindergarten in 2005-2006
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