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Kindergarten impacts of the Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts program: A statewide evaluation: Executive summary

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This Impact Study examined the effects of participation in PA PKC on children’s early academic, social, and executive function skills in kindergarten. In particular, the study focused on whether there were differences in performance for children with 1 or 2 years of enrollment in PA PKC compared to children with no ECE experience in the 2 years prior to kindergarten. (author abstract)
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