Longitudinal Study of Georgia’s Pre-K Program: Third grade report
The purpose of this study was to examine associations between attendance in Georgia’s Pre-K Program and children’s academic and social outcomes through third grade. Different from previous years’ reports, this includes a sub-study that incorporates a comparison group of children who did not attend any pre-k program. This report focuses on third grade outcomes, but it also includes pre-k to third grade outcomes collected during the 2013–2014 to 2017–2018 school years and a comparison sub-study of children who did not attend any pre-k. (author abstract)
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