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Project Early Kindergarten evaluation: Results through 2010-11 of a Saint Paul Public Schools initiative

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An evaluation of Project Early Kindergarten (PEK), a high-quality prekindergarten program for at risk children in St. Paul, Minnesota, that examines classroom quality and kindergarten teacher perceptions of PEK and that compares longitudinal developmental and educational outcomes of participants and nonparticipants, based on teacher surveys, classroom observations, and child assessments
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United States
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Minnesota

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