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Head Start Impact Study: First year findings: Executive summary

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This report presents initial findings from the Congressionally mandated Head Start Impact Study. Three required reports to Congress have already been submitted. This report, while not mandated, presents preliminary findings on impacts after one year in Head Start (fall 2002 to spring 2003). A final report will present results of analyses following children through the end of first grade. (author abstract)
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