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Contributions of early childhood education to age-14 performance: Evidence from the longitudinal Competent Children, Competent Learners study

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A report  from research done in late 2002 to late 2003, in which the participants in the longitudinal research study were now aged 14.  Reports on the continuing effects of pre-school education.  Comments on how early childhood education (ECE) impacts on competencies at aged 14 years.  Examines whether aspects of ECE can make separate contributions to competence at mathematics and reading.

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Research report
Ministry of Education
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Edith Hodgen
Hilary Ferral
Jean Thompson