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Year 3 report: Seattle pre-K program evaluation

This report presents findings for the third year (2017-18) of the program and is centered on classroom quality and children's learning. The report includes information on the children served, children's learning and development during the school year, and program quality across the three years of SPP so far. It also looks at specific subgroups of children and classrooms and examines associations between SPP children's learning gains and their classroom experiences including observed quality. (author abstract)
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United States

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