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Evaluation of the North Carolina More at Four Pre-kindergarten Program: A look across time at children's outcomes and classroom quality from pre-k through kindergarten (2003-2009)

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A summary of findings from the eighth year of an evaluation of the North Carolina More at Four Pre-kindergarten Program, a state-funded initiative to provide high-quality educational experiences to at risk 4-year-olds, that examine More at Four program characteristics, compare the quality of More at Four and kindergarten classrooms, and track participants' development from prekindergarten through kindergarten, based on observations of 206 More at Four and 268 kindergarten classrooms and on assessments of 1,313 children
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