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Effects of a pre-kindergarten mathematics intervention: A randomized experiment

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An evaluation of the effect of the implementation of the Pre-K Mathematics curriculum and the DLM Express software package on the mathematical knowledge of low-income children in Head Start and public preschool classrooms in greater San Francisco and Buffalo, based on a study of 20 experimental and 20 control-group classrooms
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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California; New York

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