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Children at risk: Effects of a four-year Head Start transition program on special education identification

A study of special need identification rates for former Head Start children by the third grade, comparing the difference in identification rates for children with and without a systematic Head Start transition experience, using the National Head Start Early Childhood Transition Study
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United States

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