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Chicago Young Parents Program evaluation: Implementation evaluation & follow-up study [Executive summary]

The CYPP program is a combination of mentorship, peer support, home visiting, enrichment sessions, and subsidized employment placements in Head Start centers. The program intends to address the barriers that often prevent young families from attaining their education and career goals and fully engaging with Head Start. This report documents findings from the final part of the three-year study, the Year 3 Follow-Up Study, which is related to but distinct from the two other studies of the program. (author abstract)
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