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The impact of early childhood programs on student achievement

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A study of the relationship between participation in Parents As Teachers (PAT) or prekindergarten (Pre-k) programs, and language and reading scores from prekindergarten through third grade standardized tests and a second study of the perceptions of kindergarten teachers of the influence of these early childhood programs on 288 student's academic success, from a secondary analysis of Dial-3, PAT district, and reading test data of students and a survey of 60 kindergarten teachers in a rural public elementary school district
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Missouri

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