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The effects of Smart Start child care on kindergarten entry skills

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An examination of the effects of Smart Start-funded programs on the cognitive, language, and social skills of children entering kindergarten in Orange County, California, emphasizing the impact of family income, based on results from the Kindergarten Teacher Checklist rating scale on a group of 39 kindergarteners who attended a Smart Start funded program and a group of 272 children who attended other child care programs or received no center-based care
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United States

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