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Are two years better than one year?: A propensity score analysis of the impact of Head Start program duration on children's school performance in kindergarten

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A comparison of academic and social outcomes by the end of kindergarten between children who attended Head Start for two years and the ones who attended for one year, based on data from 1,778 Head Start children from the Family and Child Experience Survey (FACES)2003
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United States

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