Stand 4 Preschool
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Utah State Office of Education; CRT results, school year 2011–2012.
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Results From the Granite School District in Utah.”
Voices for Utah Children. 2013. Summary: High Quality Preschool Closes the Achievement Gap and Reduces
Special Education Costs for At-Risk Children
Utah State Office of Education. Data derived by calculating special education costs avoided if Utah reduced the number
of low-income students in special education from 17% to 12% (2011–2012).
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