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The impact of Sure Start local programmes on five year olds and their families

An evaluation of the impact of Sure Start local programs (SSLPs), integrated services programs that aim to promote child development and strengthen families in disadvantaged communities in England, on child and family outcomes at age 5, based on comparisons of children and families in SSLP areas to matched children and families in non-SSLP areas
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United Kingdom; England

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