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Long-term effects of Head Start on academic and school outcomes of children in persistent poverty: Girls vs. boys

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A comparison of reading and math achievement and rates of school suspension, expulsion, or grade repetitions between boys and girls ages 7 through 17, who had participated in either Head Start or private preschool, based on a secondary analysis of data collected from 599 chronically poor participants in a national longitudinal survey
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