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Quality UPK teaching in diverse settings

This study is situated within a context of increasing demographic diversity and increased funding of early education in New York City. The Pre-K for All initiative has enhanced access to early care, enrolling over 68,500 students in Pre-K in 2015 (City of New York, 2015). It has recently been lauded for earning high marks on access (National Institute for Early Education Research, 2019; Veiga, 2019). Although there is evidence that access has been expanded, we wanted to investigate the quality of Pre-K programs serving low-income children of color. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
United States
State(s)/Territories/Tribal Nation(s):
New York
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