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Effectiveness of a comprehensive, five-year family support program for low-income children and their families: Findings from the Comprehensive Child Development Program

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A randomized experiment to evaluate the effects of the Comprehensive Child Development Program (CCDP), a two-generation program that includes case management and home visiting on the cognitive and socioemotional development of children and the socioeconomic status of their families, from 21 CCDP projects that tracked 4,410 families for five years
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United States

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