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Duncan Greg J., Magnuson Katherine A., Murnane Richard J., April, 2016
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Peer Reviewed
Compared with their higher-income counterparts, children growing up in low-income families in the United States typically complete less schooling, report worse health, and work and earn less in adulthood. Moreover, changes in the American economy…
Brown Christopher P., May, 2013
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Research Findings: Policymakers preschool reforms that are to prepare young children for school success have sparked important conversations within the field of early childhood education over how these programs are to ready young children for school…
Tholin Kristin Rydjord, Jansen Turid Thorsby, March, 2012
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This article focuses on how kindergarten can encourage children's participation based on the idea of democratic community. The Norwegian Kindergartens Act emphasises children's right to participate and kindergarten is seen as an arena for learning.…
Edmondson Jacqueline, Shannon Patrick, 2003
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Peer Reviewed
A description of the Pennsylvania Reading First initiative and how a school in rural Pennsylvania was affected by this legislation
Hyun Eunsook, 2003
Other
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the new No Child Left Behind Act and its influence on early childhood educators and teacher preparation programs