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Third national Even Start evaluation: Program impacts and implications for improvement [Executive summary]

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A summary of an evaluative study of participation, language acquisition, and developmental impacts for parents and children enrolled in Even Start family literacy programs aimed at the socioeconomically disadvantaged in the United States from 1999-2001
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