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Summary of findings from the Fairfax pre-k to 3rd grade study: 2016-2021


The Fairfax PreK-3 project (FP3) is a longitudinal study of Fairfax County students eligible for public pre-kindergarten (pre-k), half of whom enrolled in public pre-k in fall of 2016. This is largely a sample of students from low-income households. The study assessed student outcomes, surveyed teachers, and observed in classrooms from pre-k to third grade. During the COVID years (2020-2021), information was gathered from subsamples of students and teachers on outcomes. (author abstract)

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