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The Chicago Child-Parent Centers: A longitudinal study of extended early childhood intervention

An evaluation of the implementation of the early childhood intervention program, Chicago-Parent Center (CPCs), and the Chicago Longitudinal Study among eight-grade students between 1983 and 1989
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United States

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