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Author(s):Colasanti, K
Title:Kindergarten entrance ages: A 30 year trend analysis
Source:http://www.ecs.org/clearinghouse/73/67/7367.pdf
Date:2007
Organization:Education Commission of the States
Short Description:This ECS StateNote examines the nationwide trend toward earlier cutoff dates for children entering Kindergarten. Changes in Kindergarten cutoff dates are provided for each state since 1975.
Annotation:This ECS StateNote examines the nationwide trend toward earlier cutoff dates for children entering Kindergarten. Changes in Kindergarten cutoff dates are provided for each state since 1975.
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