The first purpose of the Early Childhood Education Research Project, a collaborative project between the University of Minnesota, Duluth and the Duluth Public Schools was to determine the significance of differences on cognitive and social competence measures, if any, among third grade pupils who had been in various types of early childhood programs when they were younger. The second purpose of the project was to determine if there were differences in parents actions and views about influences of early childhood programs on their children's development and education and ways the parents were involved in their children's education which could be related to their participation in early childhood programs.
Center for Community and Regional Research, University of Minnesota, Duluth.
Karp, Joan M; Carlson, Helen; Keller, Clayton.
Early Childhood Education Research Project: 1991-1992..
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