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Children's kindergarten outcomes and program quality in the North Carolina Pre-Kindergarten Program: 2013-2014 statewide evaluation

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The primary research questions addressed by this evaluation included: What are the longitudinal outcomes through kindergarten of children who attended NC Pre-K and What factors were associated with better outcomes? Secondarily, the evaluation also addressed: What were the key site, classroom, teacher, and child characteristics of the local programs? and What was the quality of a sample of NC Pre-K classrooms? (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
North Carolina

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