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“Having that place to just be and not separated by what you can afford”: A case study of socioeconomic integration at an urban preschool


Using data collected from parents, staff, and program leadership, this article provides a mixed methods, descriptive case study of a socioeconomic integration strategy at a preschool in New York City, including a description of the program’s approach to integration, challenges the program faced throughout the process, and potential solutions to these challenges. Two questions guided the project’s design, data collection, and analysis: (1) How were teachers, parents, and children impacted by integration? (2) What challenges related to integration arose throughout the year, and what solutions were implemented or could be implemented in the future? (author abstract)

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