Publications and Research
Georgetown study finds Oklahoma's state-funded preschool for all program boosts children's skills dramatically.
This report examines the use and quality of preschool education programs in California and the differences across socioeconomic and demographic groups in terms of access.
This study estimates the effects of state-funded pre-K in Arkansas on children's language, mathematics, and literacy skills through first grade.
In this study of the New Jersey Abbott preschool program, researchers identify ingredients of success others can use in developing programs with mixed delivery systems.
This report from the National Women's Law Center finds that states can ensure more children receive the benefits of preschool education by funding diverse types of pre-k providers.