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Early childhood education: The sustainability of the benefits of preschool participation in Abbott districts

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A comparison of both the math and language arts test scores of populations of third graders who attended prekindergarten through third grade at the same school, who changed schools within the district after their prekindergarten year, or who did not attend prekindergarten, based on data collected from all third grade children in a single New Jersey Abbot district during the 2007-2008 school year
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United States
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New Jersey

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