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Can intensive early childhood intervention programs eliminate income-based cognitive and achievement gaps?

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An estimation of the relationship of participation in a comprehensive early childhood development intervention to income-based differences in child cognitive development and school readiness, based on secondary analyses of data from the nationally representative Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Birth Cohort, and from the impact evaluation of the Infant Health and Development Program, a comprehensive intervention for low-birth-weight premature infants
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