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Evaluation of the Reggio Approach to Early Education

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This research was supported by a generous grant from the Jacobs Foundation. The views expressed in this paper are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent those of the funders, nor or the National Bureau of Economic Research. The authors would like to thank Claudia Guidici, Moira Nicolosi, Fondazione Reggio Children Centro Loris Malaguzzi, and L'Istituzione del Comune di Reggio Emilia: Scuole e Nidi d'Infanzia for their cooperation with this study. We are grateful to Carolyn Pope Edwards and William Corsaro for their guidance on our survey of early childhood programs in northern Italy: 1950-2010; to Emilia Restiglian, Marina de Rossi, and Lerida Cisotto for data collection and guidance on the early childhood systems of Padova, Italy; to Elisabetta Musi for data on Scuole FISM, Parma, Italy; to Sandra Rompianesi and Sergio Govi for data on Scuole Statali e FISM, Reggio Emilia, Italy; and Sharon Palsha and Rebecca New, for guidance on the municipal early childhood schools of Reggio Emilia, Italy. We would like to acknowledge Gabriella Conti's role in developing this project. We thank Chiara Baldelli, Chase Corbin, Linor Kiknadze, and Nirali Trivedi for their excellent research assistance. We also thank Stephanie Maras for the diligent administrative management of the international collaboration. Code used for the analysis can be found at https://github.com/aziff/reggio. The Web Appendix for this paper is posted at: https://cehd.uchicago.edu/

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