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HCRC's analysis of full day PreK benefits in CPCs featured in JAMA and the media!
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Strong Evidence for Benefits of Full-Day PreK in CPCs

HCRC's research featured in the Journal of the American Medical Association reaches local and national news

We are delighted to announce that our findings on the benefits of full-day preschool in the Child-Parent Centers is in the current issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Within CPCs that offered full and part day preschool in Chicago, students in full-day were more likely to be ready for Kindergarten. The results are reaching local and national news sources as well.

Want to see more? Watch the JAMA video here.
Want to read more? Read the full article here.
Want further background? See the JAMA supplement.

Time quoted Dr. Reynolds: "You can just go so much further in all the domains of learning in a seven-hour program.”

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Bloomberg covered the story as well: “These 30 to 40 percent differences in preschool turn into bigger benefits over time.” -  Dr. Arthur Reynolds

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Adriana Diaz from CBS News in Chicago captured video and parent testimonial in a full day classroom in a Chicago CPC.

Watch the video here.
“But we found even larger differences in social-emotional learning ... and physical health, which has never been looked at,” Dr. Reynolds was quoted in Catalyst Chicago.
Read the article here.
"Reynolds said he hopes that creating a whole-school reform model will mitigate any 'fade out' effects," Education Week reported.
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WCCO in Minnesota featured video from a CPC in St. Paul that has started implementing full day preschool in their school. Teachers report expanded learning time.

Read the article here.

For additional information, please visit our website:
www.humancapitalrc.org/midwestcpc
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