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Academic and social-emotional effects of full-day kindergarten: the benefits of time.

@inproceedings{Carnes2012AcademicAS,
  title={Academic and social-emotional effects of full-day kindergarten: the benefits of time.},
  author={Gwen. Carnes and Nancy Albrecht},
  year={2012}
}
This study used a mixed-methods approach to examine academic and social-emotional effects of full-day kindergarten. Quantitative data analysis indicated a significant difference in academic achievement for children in full-day versus half-day kindergarten. Personal perspectives from teachers, administrators, and parents provided insight into how an extension of the school day promoted that achievement. Those perspectives also helped paint a picture of students’ social-emotional development and… 

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