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Johnson, Jessie – 1992
The All-Day Kindergarten (ADK) Program was implemented in the Columbus (Ohio) Public Schools in January 1972 to provide a full day of instruction to prepare underachieving kindergarten pupils for first grade. The ADK is an individualized, language-based program that reinforces the skills, concepts, and educational experiences taught in the regular…
Descriptors: Achievement Gains, Full Day Half Day Schedules, Kindergarten, Kindergarten Children
Johnson, Jessie – 1993
The All Day Kindergarten (ADK) Program was implemented in the Columbus (Ohio) Public Schools in January 1972 to provide full-day instruction to prepare underachieving kindergarten pupils for first grade. The ADK is an individualized language-based program that reinforces skills, concepts, and educational experiences taught in regular kindergarten…
Descriptors: Achievement Gains, Full Day Half Day Schedules, Inservice Teacher Education, Kindergarten
Johnson, Jessie; Morgan, Kathy – 1992
A study examined the effectiveness of the All Day Kindergarten-PIC Program instituted in the Columbus, Ohio Public Schools that provided full day instruction for underachieving kindergarten pupils. Implementation of the program was accomplished through daily instructional activities to strengthen and extend regular classroom instruction without…
Descriptors: Elementary Schools, Full Day Half Day Schedules, Instructional Effectiveness, Kindergarten
Johnson, Jessie – 1987
The All Day Kindergarten (ADK) Program of the Columbus (Ohio) Public Schools was established to provide a full day of instruction for underachieving kindergarten pupils. The program concentrated on preparing pupils for successful learning experiences in first grade by providing them with an extra half day of instruction. The program served 571…
Descriptors: Beginning Reading, Class Activities, Extended School Day, High Risk Students