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Kindergarten readiness, preschool attendance, and academic achievement: Comprehensive and longitudinal outcomes: Cincinnati Public Schools [Executive summary]

This evaluation examines the relationship between kindergarten readiness and academic achievement through high school graduation. The relationship between preschool attendance, kindergarten readiness and academic outcomes was also assessed for a subset of students who attended preschool prior to kindergarten. This evaluation is timely given emerging literature on the importance of preschool, early literacy, and school readiness, and their links to long-term student achievement and success. (author abstract)
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