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Comparative benefit-cost analysis of the Abecedarian program and its policy implications

A longitudinal study of the costs and benefits of the Carolina Abecedarian Project, a preschool program providing intensive education and full-time child care five days a week to children from economically disadvantaged families, with a focus on program expenses and the educational, cognitive, and economic effects on participants, and comparisons to the High Scope/Perry and other preschool programs
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United States

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