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Long term impacts of compensatory preschool on health and behavior: Evidence from Head Start

A study of the impact of Head Start participation on the behavioral and health outcomes of adolescent and young adult males, based on an analysis of a longitudinal data set on the development of children of American mothers whose age was between 14 and 21 by December 31, 1978
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United States

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