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Preschool education, educational attainment, and crime prevention: Contributions of cognitive and non-cognitive skills

An investigation of the extent to which cognitive and non-cognitive skills account for the measured links between participation in preschool intervention and high school completion, highest grade completed, and incarceration history in early adulthood, using data from the Chicago Longitudinal Study
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United States

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