The Chicago Program Evaluation Project: A picture of early childhood programs, teachers, and preschool-age children in Chicago: Final external report
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The Chicago Program Evaluation Project: C-PEP: What is C-PEP?: An independent evaluation of early childhood education conducted by Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. with funding support from McCormick Foundation
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