Taking a giant step: A case study of New York City's efforts to implement universal prekindergarten services
An examination of how early education programs could fail to become institutionalized through a case study analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of Project Giant Step, an initiative to implement universal prekindergarten programs for all four-year-old children in New York City
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Taking a giant step: A case study of New York City's efforts to implement universal pre-kindergarten services