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Executive summary: Children's pre-k experiences and outcomes in the North Carolina pre-kindergarten program: 2014-2015 statewide evaluation

The purpose of the 2014-2015 NC Pre-Kindergarten (NC Pre-K) Evaluation study was to examine the characteristics and quality of the program and the outcomes for children during pre-k, along with comparisons to previous years. The primary research questions addressed by this evaluation included: 1) What were the outcomes of children attending the NC Pre-K Program and what factors were associated with better outcomes?, 2) What was the quality of the NC Pre-K classrooms attended by children and what factors were associated with better quality?, and 3) What were the key characteristics of the local NC Pre-K programs? (author abstract)
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