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Document Number: 9849

Pre-K Counts in Pennsylvania for Youngsters’ Early School Success - This evaluation of a study from Pennsylvania, conducted by the University of Pittsburgh and the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, discusses how children, ages 3 to 5, who have undergone high-quality pre-k demonstrate significant gains in all cognitive and behavioral measures, with the impact being greater among children at-risk of developmental delays or behavioral problems. (Stephen Bagnato, Jennifer Salaway and Hoi Suen, Early Childhood Partnerships, 2009)...


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