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Head Start and urban children's school readiness: A birth cohort study in 18 cities

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A longitudinal investigation of the links between Head Start participation and the cognitive and social competencies associated with children's school readiness, based on a subsample of 2,803 children from eighteen cities who participated in the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study
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United States

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