Proceedings from a Working Meeting on School Readiness Research: Guiding the Synthesis of Early Childhood Research. References

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Endnotes

[1]       Appendix A includes detailed descriptions of the set of studies that were the primary focus of this meeting.

[2]       Curricula evaluated in the PCER studies included Creative Curriculum; High Scope; Bright Beginnings; Project Approach; Letter People; Doors to Discovery; Early Literacy and Learning Model; Open Court; Literacy Express; Ready, Set, Leap!; Curiosity Corner; Project Construct; Building Language for Literacy; and Language-Focused Curriculum.

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