The impact of Sure Start Local Programmes on seven year olds and their families [Executive summary]
Birkbeck College. National Evaluation of Sure Start;
Great Britain. Department for Education
||A summary of a comparison of family and child functioning at age 7 of children who did and did not live in areas served by Sure Start Local Programmes, integrated services programs that aim to promote child development and strengthen families in disadvantaged communities in England, based on data collected on 3,558 children in the National Evaluation of Sure Start and on a matched comparison sample of 1,436 children in the Millennium Cohort Study
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