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A longitudinal investigation of preschoolers' Head Start experience and subsequent school readiness

Description:
A longitudinal study of differences in Texan Head Start programs, specifically examining the effects of one year attendance as compared with the effects of two year attendance on preschool children's school readiness
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Author(s):
Country:
United States
State(s):
Texas

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