Pre-Kindergarten Impacts Over Time: An Analysis of KIPP Charter Schools
Publisher: Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research
Aug 22, 2017
- After five years, KIPP Pre-K combined, with KIPP early elementary school, has positive and statistically significant impacts on reading and math achievement.
- KIPP Pre-K combined, with KIPP early elementary school, may also have a positive impact on students’ executive function.
- KIPP Pre-K may provide an additional benefit for reading achievement above and beyond KIPP elementary school.
- The KIPP impact on reading skills persists over time, but impacts on reading comprehension largely dissipate by grade 2.
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