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Poverty, early childhood education and academic competence: The Abecedarian experiment

An examination of the effectiveness of early childhood interventions in improving the intellectual competence and academic achievement of low-income children, based on a sample of 111 children from 109 families who participated in the Carolina Abecedarian Project
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Reports & Papers
United States
North Carolina

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