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From Education World: The Difficulty in Assessing the Effectiveness of Early Education Programs

by Nicole Gorman, Education World Contributor

A recent report looking at research into Head Start programs—or federally funded early education programs for low-income families—has revealed that research is not conclusive enough to determine the effectiveness despite 50 years of operation and 30 million children served, said The Hechinger Report.

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