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Patton Christine, Wang Justina, September, 2012
Reports & Papers
An examination of state- and local-level approaches to the kindergarten transition process in California, Georgia, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, and Virginia, based on interviews with 24 key informants
United States. Head Start Bureau, 2000
Reports & Papers
An overview of the impact, on children, families, schools, and communities, of 31 local demonstration programs, conducted as part of the National Head Start/Public School Early Childhood Transition Demonstration Study, in 30 states and the Navajo…
Missouri. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, 1999
Reports & Papers
Findings from an assessment of children?s readiness to attend kindergarten, based on a sample of 3,500 children from 80 public elementary schools in Missouri
Opfer V. Darleen, Brackett Margaret H. H., Henry Gary T., 1999
Reports & Papers
An examination of the implications of the publicly funded Prekindergarten (Pre-K) program in Georgia for teachers of children in kindergarten through third grade, based on a survey of 295 teachers regarding their beliefs about the program and its…
Henry Gary T., n.d.
Reports & Papers
Findings from the third year of a longitudinal study assessing efficacy of the Georgia Pre-Kindergarten Program in improving the readiness of children entering school, based on a sample of 3,042 children in the 1998-99 first-grade class