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What are the effects of a two-generation human capital program on children's outcomes in Head Start?

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CAP Tulsa's Head Start programs are of unusually high quality and have well-documented benefits to child school readiness and academic achievement in middle school. (Gormley, Phillips, & Gayer, 2008; Phillips, Gormley, & Anderson, 2016) The current study tests the effect of CareerAdvance(R) on child outcomes above and beyond the known positive effects from CAP Tulsa's Head Start programs. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
Oklahoma

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