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Georgia Pre-k Longitudinal Study: Final report 1996-2001

A longitudinal study of the progress of Georgia?s prekindergarten program participants during their primary school years up to the third grade, and an examination of the relationship between the types and quality of prekindergarten services and children?s primary school success, focusing on teacher qualifications, beliefs, and type of curriculum, based on a sample of 3,639 participants in Georgia's prekindergarten programs
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United States

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