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Ritchie Sharon, Maxwell Kelly, Clifford Richard M., 2007
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A description of the FirstSchool conceptual educational model for the integration of preschool experiences into the education of children aged 3 to 8 years old
Vaughn Sharon, Linan-Thompson Sylvia, Pollard-Durodola Sharolyn D., Mathes Patricia G., Hagan Elsa C., 2006
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An overview of studies on intervention strategies, conducted in English and Spanish, to improve English language literacy for bilingual kindergarten through third grade students at risk for reading difficulties
Conrad Natalie K., Gong Yi, Sipp Lillie, Wright Lillian, 2004
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Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the impact of culturally responsive teaching in combination with the strategy, Text Talk, on 3 second-grade classrooms in diverse educational settings
Sacramento (Calif.). Department of Parks and Recreation, November, 2003
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A summary of assessments of a state-funded after school program examining academic performance, school attendance and social outcomes for participating children
Children's Action Alliance, 2003
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A discussion of the Children?s Action Alliance?s undertaking of an assets assessment of the care needs of school-age children through two case studies at pilot project sites in Tucson, AZ and Scottsdale, AZ, including the tools and instruments used…
Southern Regional Education Board, June, 2002
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An identification of problems preventing summer school programs from fulfilling their potential
Friedman Lucy N., 2002
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A review of the benefits of after-school programs for school-age children
Sacramento County Local Child Care and Development Planning Council, 2001
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A description of the available school age child care slots in Sacramento County, California, and challenges to increasing supply
Borman Geoffrey D., 2000
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Peer Reviewed
An inquiry into the influence of summer school on the outcomes of children, based on a literature review of studies evaluating the effects of summer school on children?s development
Mayer Richard E., Schustack Miriam W., Blanton William, 1999
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An article summarizing research on cognitive effects of participation in the Fifth Dimension, a technology-based after-school program for elementary school students, in three research sites (two in California, one in North Carolina)
Goal 1 Ready Schools Resource Group, Shore Rima, 1998
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A description of elementary school approaches and characteristics that help them to smooth the transition for incoming students from their home and child care environments
Wong Kalani, 1998
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Peer Reviewed
A discussion of Hawaii?s play and learn sessions (PALS) program, which allows working parents the ability to leave their children in an environment that provides enhanced play and learning opportunities through a quality recreation program
Kirmani Mubina Hassanali, Frieman Barry B., October 1997
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Peer Reviewed
A discussion of two Indian folktales, illustrating how tales can be used in the classroom to teach primary and kindergarten age children from diverse cultural backgrounds to get along with others
Hofferth Sandra L., 1996
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A study of the need for and utilization of services and programs for school-age children by working-poor and working-class families compared with middle-income families, including discussion of the constraints working-poor and working-class…
Gersten Russell, Keaning Thomas, 1987
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Peer Reviewed
A discussion of direct instruction offered by the Follow Through program in primary grades and its long-term benefits for recipient students in high school, including better standardized test scores, lower drop-out rates, and higher college…