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The long-term effects and cost-effectiveness of Success for All

A longitudinal inquiry into the effect of the Success for All intervention program on children?s outcomes, and a discussion of the cost-effectiveness of the program, based on data gathered from 1986 through 1999 on 581 students who attended the Baltimore City Public School System (BCPSS) and received the intervention and 729 control students
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United States

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