Prekindergarten: Four Selected States Expanded Access by Relying on Schools and Existing Providers of Early Education and Care to Provide Services : Report to Congressional Requesters
U.S. Government Accountability Office, 2004 - Early childhood education - 37 pages
This report presents information on how state prekindergarten programs were designed and funded in four states, the potential implications of these program features for children's participation and for other programs that serve four-year-olds, and the outcome data that have been collected on participating children and families.
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