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Social-emotional effects of early childhood education programs in Tulsa

Description:
An examination of the relationship of participation in early childhood education programs to children's socioemotional development at kindergarten entry, based on a sample of 1,318 kindergarteners who had participated in the Tulsa Public Schools prekindergarten program, 363 who had participated in the Community Action Project (CAP) Tulsa County Head Start program, and 1,151 who had participated in neither program
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Oklahoma

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