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An experimental study evaluating a state-funded pre-kindergarten program: Bringing together subsidized childcare, public school, and Head Start

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An experimental two-year study of the impacts of a state-mandated, research-based early care and education model for use in child care, Head Start, and prekindergarten classrooms in Texas on teachers' instructional practices and children's school readiness
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Texas

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