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Annual evaluation report: Educare of Denver: 2012-13 school year

All Educare Schools participate in the Educare Learning Network Implementation Study. The purpose of the study is to document the features of Educare and how implementation of the model contributes to program quality and links to child and family outcomes. Researchers from Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (FPG) collaborate with local evaluation partners at each Educare site to design and carry out the study. Researchers at FPG prepare reports on aggregate data across all the Educare sites. These cross-site reports are available on their website. This report documents the results of the Implementation Study, focusing only on Educare of Denver. (author abstract)
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