Key findings from year 3 of full-day early learning kindergarten in Peel
A study of a full-day early learning kindergarten (FDELK) program in Ontario, Canada, that compares developmental outcomes of participant and nonparticipant children and that examines program implementation and classroom environments, based on interviews with 16 key informants, focus groups with 64 FDELK staff, observations at 7 FDELK sites, and assessments of 145 FDELK and 126 control group children
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