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Head Start, other preschool programs, & life success in a youth cohort

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An assessment of the effects of Head Start and other preschool programs on the economic well-being of a cohort of youth compared to those who had no preschool experience, using data from the 1979 Cohort of the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY79)
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