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Children's outcomes through second grade: Findings from year 4 of Georgia's Pre-K Longitudinal Study

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The 2016-2017 Georgia's Pre-K Program Evaluation focuses on the results of the fourth year of this longitudinal study, through second grade. The purpose of this evaluation study was to examine longitudinal outcomes for children related to key academic and social skills as well as the quality of their classrooms from pre-k through second grade. The primary evaluation questions included: 1) What are the learning outcomes through second grade for children who attended Georgia's Pre-K Program?, 2) What factors predict better learning outcomes for children?, and 3) What is the quality of children's instructional experiences from pre-k through second grade? (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Georgia

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