Curiosity Corner: Enhancing preschoolers language ability through comprehensive reform

The expressive language abilities of children in the three year curiosity corner classes were significantly higher than those of children in control classes. Children in classes with higher quality ratings showed better performance on the higher expressive language subscale.

Author(s): Chambers, B. Chamberlain, A., Hurley, E. A. & Slavin, R. E.
Publication: DC: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (Ed).
Year: 2001

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Effects of success for all on TAAS Reading: A Statewide Evaluation

The Texas statewide data reported here show that Success for All schools are significantly and substantially closing the gap in TAAS reading performance between themselves and the far less impoverished schools in the rest of the state.

Author(s): Hurley, E.A., Chamberlain, A.M., & Slavin, R.E.
Publication: Phi Delta Kappan, June Vol. 82 (10).
Year: 2000

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Effects of the curiosity corner program on preschoolers expressive language development and on classroom environment

Author(s): Hurley, E.A., Chamberlain, A.M., & Slavin, R.E.
Publication: MD: Johns Hopkins University Center for the Social Organization of the Schools.
Year: 2000

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