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What is the penny buying for South Carolina?: Child development programs for four-year-olds: Student and program characteristics, longitudinal study of academic achievement, and current parent perceptions

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Three studies of a South Carolina half-day child development program for at risk four-year-old children, including a descriptive study of program and child characteristics, a longitudinal study through grade three of the academic achievement of participants based on comparisons with nonparticipants, and a study of parent perceptions of the program
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
South Carolina

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