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Research brief: Evaluating Preschool for All effectiveness

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A study of the relationship of participation in Preschool for All, a publicly-funded preschool program in San Francisco, California, to children's language development, early literacy, early mathematics, self-regulation, social skills, and problem behavior, based on analyses of child assessments for 1,034 children
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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California

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