EPPE

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AcronymDefinition
EPPEEffective Provision of Pre-School Education (study)
EPPEEnglish Placement/Proficiency Exam (various universities)
EPPEElectronic Pre-Participation Evaluation (medical history questionnaire)
EPPEElectric Power and Power Electronics (Texas A&M University)
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His research includes the well-known UK longitudinal early years study, Effective Provision of Pre-School Education (EPPE), finding that pre-school matters and also what parents do matters as well - a quality learning environment increases a childs favourable developmental trajectory; the beneficial effects of pre-school persist through to primary school; and pre-school can reduce the effects of disadvantage.
Much of the evidence for England discussed above comes from the Effective Provision of Pre-school Education (EPPE) project, which was commissioned in the late 1990s, and its extensions through primary and secondary education, the EPPE 3-11 and EPPSE studies.
2004), The Effective Provision of Pre-School Education (EPPE) Project.
The article also summarizes the findings of Britain's Department for Education and Skill's Effective Provision of Pre-School Education study (EPPE).
We have commissioned leading researchers from the internationally regarded Effective Provision of Pre-School Education project, assisted by colleagues from Uwic, to evaluate the pilot scheme of the Foundation Phase.
Wendy Smith, of the Coventry Childcare Development team, said: "Quality childcare can help children's thinking skills, their language development and their social and emotional development - as research from the Effective Provision of Pre-School Education study has recently indicated.
Attending p re-school helped children's social and intellectual development, particularly if they came from poor families, the Effective Provision of Pre-School Education (EPPE) project found.
The Effective Provision of Pre-School Education Project in the UK found: Pre-school experience, compared to none, enhances all-round development in children.
Staffing and qualifications were often seen as a fundamental factor for assessing quality, citing evidence from the Effective Provision of Pre-School Education (EPPE) study.
Some 3,100 children were monitored by the team from the Institute of Education and Birkbeck College, University of London and University of Oxford for the Effective Provision of Pre-School Education study.
The findings of the Effective Provision of Pre-School Education (EPPE) project in the UK are widely cited, reporting a significant impact of pre-school education in terms of both cognitive and social function (Sylva et al.
2004), 'The Effective Provision of Pre-School Education (EPPE) Project.
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