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The effects of Oklahoma's pre-k program on Hispanic children

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A study of the impacts of Oklahoma's publicly-funded, universal prekindergarten program on the early reading, writing, and math skills of Hispanic students in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the variation of impacts with primary language spoken in the child's home, parents' country of origin, and teachers' Spanish-language ability, based on child assessment data
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United States
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Oklahoma

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