The Early Education Pilot for Two Year Old Children: Age five follow-up: Research report
A comparison of the child developmental outcomes at age 5 of children who participated in a pilot program in England offering 2-year-old children 7.5 hours of early education for 38 weeks with the outcomes of a matched group of children who did not participate, based on data from a national education database for 959 pilot and 1,080 comparison children
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