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The Birth to School Study: Evidence on the effectiveness of PEEP, an early intervention for children at risk of educational under-achievement

Findings from the Birth to School Study (BTSS), a longitudinal evaluation of the Peers Early Education Partnership (PEEP), a family-focused program aimed at promoting early literacy, numeracy, and self esteem in the United Kingdom
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