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Third national Even Start evaluation: Program impacts and implications for improvement

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Description:
Findings from the third national evaluation of the federal Even Start family literacy program, including a description of the program and its participants, and a discussion of program impacts based on data from an experimental study of Even Start's effectiveness in 18 projects
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Alabama; Arizona; California; Georgia; Illinois; Kansas; Kentucky; Minnesota; Missouri; New York; Oklahoma; Pennsylvania; Texas; Virginia

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