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Preschools reduce early academic-achievement gaps: A longitudinal twin approach

A longitudinal study of the influences of preschool attendance, early mental ability, race, socioeconomic status, parental interactions, genetics, and shared environments on early reading and math scores in a sample of 600 twin pairs
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