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Building blocks for school success: Findings from a 5-year longitudinal study: Executive summary

A summary of a five-year longitudinal study of the parental involvement, school readiness skills, and elementary school outcomes of children participating in publicly-funded school readiness and preschool programs in San Joaquin County, California, based on child assessments, parent and teacher surveys, and administrative data for two cohorts of children
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