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Early LearningBriefAugust 20108/1/2010
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-252 0252012/20/2012 4:34 PMEarly Reading First - Final Evaluation Report, Full Report.pdfEarly Reading First - Final Evaluation Report, Full ReportEdith Gozali-Lee, Caryn Mohr, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningEarly Reading First - Final Evaluation Report, Full Report.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefAugust 20098/1/2009
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-253 0253012/20/2012 4:35 PMEarly Reading First - Final Evaluation Report, Summary.pdfEarly Reading First - Final Evaluation Report, SummaryEdith Gozali-Lee, Caryn Mohr, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningEarly Reading First - Final Evaluation Report, Summary.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefMarch 20083/1/2008
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-238 0238012/20/2012 4:37 PMEarly Reading First - First Year Evaluation Report, Full Report.pdfEarly Reading First - First Year Evaluation Report, Full ReportCaryn Mohr, Edith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningEarly Reading First - First Year Evaluation Report, Full Report.pdf4.0
  
Early LearningBriefMarch 20083/1/2008
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-239 0239012/20/2012 4:37 PMEarly Reading First - First Year Evaluation Report, Summary.pdfEarly Reading First - First Year Evaluation Report, SummaryCaryn Mohr, Edith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningEarly Reading First - First Year Evaluation Report, Summary.pdf4.0
  
Early LearningBriefOctober 200810/1/2008
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-244 0244012/20/2012 4:36 PMEarly Reading First - Second Year Evaluation Report, Full Report.pdfEarly Reading First - Second Year Evaluation Report, Full ReportEdith Gozali-Lee, Dan Mueller, Katie BrotonEvaluationEarly LearningEarly Reading First - Second Year Evaluation Report, Full Report.pdf4.0
  
Early LearningBriefOctober 200810/1/2008
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-245 0245012/20/2012 4:36 PMEarly Reading First - Second Year Evaluation Report, Summary.pdfEarly Reading First - Second Year Evaluation Report, SummaryEdith Gozali-Lee, Dan Mueller, Katie BrotonEvaluationEarly LearningEarly Reading First - Second Year Evaluation Report, Summary.pdf4.0
  
Early LearningBriefOctober 200910/1/2009
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-248 0248012/20/2012 4:34 PMEarly Reading First - Third Year Evaluation Report, Full Report.pdfEarly Reading First - Third Year Evaluation Report, Full ReportEdith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningEarly Reading First - Third Year Evaluation Report, Full Report.pdf4.0
  
Early LearningBriefOctober 200910/1/2009
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-249 0249012/20/2012 4:35 PMEarly Reading First - Third Year Evaluation Report, Summary.pdfEarly Reading First - Third Year Evaluation Report, SummaryEdith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningEarly Reading First - Third Year Evaluation Report, Summary.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefNovember 201211/1/2012
roi cost benefit PEK school readiness early childhood education cost savings
Heather Johnson1/18/2013 4:21 PMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-986 098601/18/2013 4:25 PMPotential Return on Investment of the Project Early Kindergarten.pdfPotential Return on Investment of the Project Early KindergartenJose DiazCost-benefit StudyPotential Return on Investment of the Project Early Kindergarten.pdf1.0
  
Early LearningBriefSeptember 20069/1/2006
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson8/13/2012 3:29 PMKerry Walsh
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-683 0683012/20/2012 4:38 PMProject Early K 2005-06 Evalution Results - School Component.pdfProject Early K 2005-06 Evalution Results - School ComponentDan Mueller, Marian Heinrichs, Edith Gozali-Lee, Jennifer Lee SchultzEvaluationProject Early K 2005-06 Evalution Results - School Component.pdf4.0
  
Early LearningBriefSeptember 20099/1/2009
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-247 0247012/20/2012 4:35 PMProject Early Kindergarten - Results Through 2008-2009, Summary.pdfProject Early Kindergarten - Results Through 2008-2009, SummaryJennifer Lee Schultz, Edith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningProject Early Kindergarten - Results Through 2008-2009, Summary.pdf4.0
  
Early LearningBriefMay 20085/1/2008
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-240 0240012/20/2012 4:36 PMProject Early Kindergarten Child Care Partners - Focus Group Results, Full Report.pdfProject Early Kindergarten Child Care Partners - Focus Group Results, Full ReportCaryn Mohr, Edith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningProject Early Kindergarten Child Care Partners - Focus Group Results, Full Report.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefMay 20085/1/2008
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-241 0241012/20/2012 4:37 PMProject Early Kindergarten Child Care Partners - Focus Group Results, Summary.pdfProject Early Kindergarten Child Care Partners - Focus Group Results, SummaryCaryn Mohr, Edith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningProject Early Kindergarten Child Care Partners - Focus Group Results, Summary.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefOctober 201210/1/2012
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson12/20/2012 4:26 PMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-983 0983012/20/2012 4:33 PMProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results of a Longitudinal Study of a Saint Paul Public Schools Initiative.pdfProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results of a Longitudinal Study of a Saint Paul Public Schools InitiativeDan Mueller, Edith Gozali-Lee, Jennifer Maxfield, Caryn MohrEvaluationProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results of a Longitudinal Study of a Saint Paul Public Schools Initiative.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefSeptember 20099/1/2009
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-246 0246012/20/2012 4:35 PMProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2008-2009, Full Report.pdfProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2008-2009, Full ReportJennifer Lee Schultz, Edith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2008-2009, Full Report.pdf4.0
  
Early LearningBriefNovember 201011/1/2010
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-251 0251012/20/2012 4:34 PMProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2009-10, Summary.pdfProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2009-10, SummaryJennifer Maxfield, Edith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2009-10, Summary.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefNovember 201011/1/2010
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-250 0250012/20/2012 4:34 PMProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2009-2010, Full Report.pdfProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2009-2010, Full ReportJennifer Maxfield, Edith Gozali-Lee, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2009-2010, Full Report.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefOctober 201110/1/2011
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-254 0254012/20/2012 4:34 PMProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2010-11, Full Report.pdfProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2010-11, Full ReportEdith Gozali-Lee, Caryn Mohr, Dan MuellerEvaluationEarly LearningProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation - Results Through 2010-11, Full Report.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefSeptember 20089/1/2008
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-242 0242012/20/2012 4:36 PMProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation Update - General Overview of Results Through 2007-08, Full Report.pdfProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation Update - General Overview of Results Through 2007-08, Full ReportCaryn Mohr, Dan Mueller, Edith Gozali-LeeEvaluationEarly LearningProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation Update - General Overview of Results Through 2007-08, Full Report.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefSeptember 20089/1/2008
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-243 0243012/20/2012 4:36 PMProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation Update - General Overview of Results Through 2007-08, Summary.pdfProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation Update - General Overview of Results Through 2007-08, SummaryCaryn Mohr, Dan Mueller, Edith Gozali-LeeEvaluationEarly LearningProject Early Kindergarten Evaluation Update - General Overview of Results Through 2007-08, Summary.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefNovember 200711/1/2007
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-236 0236012/20/2012 4:37 PMTackling the Achievement Gap Through Project Early Kindergarten - Evaluation of the First Three Years, Full Report.pdfTackling the Achievement Gap Through Project Early Kindergarten - Evaluation of the First Three Years, Full ReportCaryn Mohr, Dan Mueller, Edith Gozali-LeeEvaluationEarly LearningTackling the Achievement Gap Through Project Early Kindergarten - Evaluation of the First Three Years, Full Report.pdf3.0
  
Early LearningBriefNovember 200711/1/2007
early childhood education school success PEK ERF SPPS achievement gap kindergarten readiness at risk Project for Academic Excellence child care providers preschool pre-kindergarten low-income ELL special education professional development literacy
Heather Johnson6/19/2012 10:18 AMHeather Johnson
Project Early Kindergarten is a pre-kindergarten program at elementary schools, child care centers, and family child care homes aligned with the Saint Paul Public School’s K-12 curriculum model. PEK aims to bolster the school success of children at risk of poor academic performance. In 2006, the Saint Paul Public Schools received a federal Early Reading First grant to expand the PEK program. The multi-year evaluation looks at school readiness and the academic outcomes achieved by children. A 2012 report looks at the potential return on investment of the program.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-237 0237012/20/2012 4:37 PMTackling the Achievement Gap Through Project Early Kindergarten - Evaluation of the First Three Years, Summary.pdfTackling the Achievement Gap Through Project Early Kindergarten - Evaluation of the First Three Years, SummaryCaryn Mohr, Dan Mueller, Edith Gozali-LeeEvaluationEarly LearningTackling the Achievement Gap Through Project Early Kindergarten - Evaluation of the First Three Years, Summary.pdf3.0