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Preschool quality and child development: How are learning gains related to program ratings? [Executive summary]

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This executive summary presents the key findings from a study in California about the relationship between quality ratings of center-based public preschools and teacher reports of children’s math, literacy, and language learning as well as children's social-emotional development. Ratings from Quality Counts California, the state’s QRIS system, were compared to scores on the Desired Results Developmental Profile.

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