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Children's outcomes through second grade: Findings from year 4 of Georgia's Pre-K Longitudinal Study: Executive summary
The purpose of the current Longitudinal Study is to examine outcomes for children who attended Georgia's Pre-K related to key academic skills as well as the quality of their classrooms from pre-k through fifth-grade. This study, begun in 2013-2014, involves a longitudinal design to follow a sample of 1,169 children, including 139 Spanish-speaking dual language learners (DLLs) who attended 199 randomly-selected Georgia's Pre-K classrooms. The 2016-2017 Georgia's Pre-K Program Evaluation focuses on the results of the fourth year of this longitudinal study through second grade, which included 951 of these children (116 Spanish-speaking DLLs). (author abstract)
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