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Head Start cuts crime in Maine
Schaefer, Stephanie A., 2006
Bath: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Maine.

A brief report using previous research data to demonstrate that Head Start helps reduce future crime rates in Maine and suggesting that investing in Head Start is crucial to preschool children's future success

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Head Start cuts crime in Oregon
Schaefer, Stephanie A., 2006
Beaverton: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Oregon.

A report brief using previous research data to demonstrate that Head Start helps reduce future crime rates in Oregon and suggesting that investing in Head Start is crucial to preschool children's future success

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High-quality pre-kindergarten can prevent teenage pregnancy and future crime in Tennessee
Schaefer, Stephanie A., 2006
Nashville: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Tennessee.

A brief report using data from two longitudinal studies to demonstrate how high quality child care programs can help prevent teen pregnancy and decrease future crime rates in Tennessee

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High-quality preschool: The key to crime prevention and school success in Iowa
Rosman, Elisa A., 2006
Washington, DC: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids.

A brief report promoting universal preschool for the state of Iowa as a means to prevent crime, improve children's school readiness, and reduce the costs of public education

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High-quality preschool: The key to crime prevention and school success in Michigan
Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, 2005
Lansing: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Michigan.

A brief promoting universal preschool in the state of Michigan as a means to prevent crime, improve children's school readiness, and reduce the costs of public education

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