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The impact of a high-quality pre-kindergarten program on educational achievement in third and fourth grades: Evidence from Pre-K 4 SA in San Antonio

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This study questioned whether Pre-K 4 SA improved students' academic and behavioral outcomes in third and fourth grades. For the purpose of this study, we defined two sets of outcomes: academic outcomes include the state-mandated reading and math tests, and behavioral outcomes include attendance, receipt of special education, and involvement in disciplinary action throughout students’ third and fourth grades. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Texas

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