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  • Policy Briefs

    William Gormley, Universal Pre-K in Tulsa: Two Decades of Progress (October, 2019) William Gormley, Deborah Phillips and Sara Anderson, Do the Positive Effects of Tulsa's Universal Pre-K Program

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  • People

    FacultyFellowsAlumni Faculty William T. Gormley, Co-Director William T. Gormley, Jr. is University Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Research on Children in the U.S. (CROCUS)

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  • Contact Crocus

    To contact CROCUS, please e-mail Professor Bill Gormley (gormleyw@georgetown.edu) or call (202) 687-6817.

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  • CROCUS in the News

    Media 12/10/2021 -- In an op ed for The Hill, Bill Gormley discusses how to help ensure that universal pre-K's benefits endure over time. For universal pre-K to work, we must revamp K-12 educatio

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  • Family Impact Seminars

    About Family Impact Seminars Since 1992 the Georgetown Public Policy Institute has sponsored a series of community seminars, known as the D.C. Family Impact Seminars. This series is affiliated wit

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  • Publications

    Recent Publications The Oklahoma Project Publications Karin Kitchens, William Gormley, & Sara Anderson, "Do Better Schools Help to Prolong Early Childhood Education Effects?" Journal of Applied

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  • Research Areas

    The Tulsa Pre-K Project The Tulsa Pre-K Project originated in 2001. Since then, we have examined the effects of Tulsa’s school-based pre-K program on school readiness, using data from the fall of

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  • Projects

    The Center for Research on Children in the United States (CROCUS) was established in 2001 with start-up funds from the Foundation for Child Development. A joint venture between the the McCourt School

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