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The Jacksonville Journey Early Learning Program: Evaluation report: Fall 2010

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An evaluation of Jacksonville Journey Early Learning Program, an initiative to transform 35 child care centers in Jacksonville, Florida, into comprehensive early learning centers, that examines the achievement of eight program goals related to early learning center, school readiness, and mental health outcomes, based on quality rating system data, child assessments, and teacher and parent surveys
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
Florida

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