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Summary of key findings: Long-term effects of the North Carolina More at Four pre-kindergarten program: Children's reading and math skills at third grade

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Highlights of findings from a longitudinal follow-up in their third-grade year of two cohorts of participants (starting the program in 2002-2003 and 2003-2004, respectively) in the North Carolina More at Four prekindergarten program, a state-funded initiative to provide high-quality educational experiences to at-risk four-year-olds, that evaluated classroom quality and participant outcomes, based on classroom observations and child assessments
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