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Watson Bernardine H., November, 2010
Reports & Papers
A study of the history of the campaign to make prekindergarten universally available in the District of Columbia
Strategies for Children, Rennie Center for Education Research & Policy, April, 2008
Reports & Papers
A study of the creation, development, and impact of the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care during its first two and a half years, based on interviews with public and private educators and program providers, legislators,…
Lynch Robert G., July, 2007
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An analysis comparing the costs and fiscal, earnings, and reduced crime benefits of a hypothetical high-quality prekindergarten program for children from low-income families and a hypothetical high-quality universal prekindergarten program in each…
Lynch Robert G., May 2007
Reports & Papers
An analysis comparing the costs and fiscal, earnings, and reduced crime benefits of a hypothetical high-quality prekindergarten program for children from low-income families and a hypothetical high-quality universal prekindergarten program
Lynch Robert G., May 2007
Executive Summary
A summary of an analysis comparing the costs and fiscal, earnings, and reduced crime benefits of a hypothetical high-quality prekindergarten program for children from low-income families and a hypothetical high-quality universal prekindergarten…