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Links between early care and education experiences birth to age 5 and prekindergarten outcomes

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A study of the relationship of Early Head Start and early care and education program participation to child and family outcomes, including children's socioemotional and cognitive development, parenting practices, and home environments, based on data for low income families randomly assigned to Early Head Start
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United States

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