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Preschool participation for low-income children and low-income children of immigrants in Silicon Valley: Part I, a demographic profile [Executive summary]

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This report describes the unique preschool participation patterns and demographic characteristics of low-income families in Silicon Valley. It is one of two studies conducted by the Urban Institute to examine participation in higher-quality early care and education programs among low-income children in Silicon Valley. The companion report (Greenberg, Adams, and Michie 2016) explores the barriers to early care and education low-income children of immigrants face in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, and identifies possible strategies to address them. (author abstract)
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