Evaluation of the Tennessee Voluntary Prekindergarten program: End of pre-k results from the randomized control design: Research report
A study of the impact of Tennessee Voluntary Prekindergarten (TN-VPK), a publicly-funded program targeting at risk children, on children's literacy, language, math, and academic skills, and on their behavior, based on assessments and teacher ratings for 1,077 randomly-assigned TN-VPK participants and nonparticipants
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