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Supervising editor: Peter C. Wyer, MD
Author contributions: CDN and CDM conceived of and designed the study. CDN obtained research funding specific to the K12 evaluation project and drafted the article. CDN, CDM, DMY, SC, JFH, NK, LDR, SK, LBB, RAL, CWC, JB, and ABS obtained funding for the 6 K12 sites. AZ coordinated the study team for survey development, data collection, data management, interviews, and data analysis. JNBC assisted with coordination of the project. LS, LKG, NV, MW, and AZ collected and analyzed study data. CDN, CDM, and AZ supervised the study. All authors helped interpret preliminary results and refine the analysis, and contributed substantially to article revision. CDN takes responsibility for the paper as a whole.
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