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One year of preschool intervention or two: Does it matter?

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An investigation of the longitudinal effects of federally funded Chicago Child Parent Centers on a large sample of urban African American children's academic and social development, specifically looking at the effects of an extra year of preschool and whether the educational impact is worth the investment
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Illinois

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