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Educare implementation study findings--August 2012

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Findings from an implementation study of Educare, a full-day, full-year high-quality early care and education program for at risk children from birth to age 5, that examine children's school readiness, vocabulary, and socioemotional outcomes and classroom quality, based on data collected at 12 programs from the fall 2007 through spring 2011 school years
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Colorado; Florida; Illinois; Maine; Nebraska; Oklahoma; Washington; Wisconsin

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