Long-Term Effects of Pre-school Project Examined

Rachel Jones reports on the results of four decades of research on the Perry Pre-school Project, a precursor to Head Start and a model for preschool programs nationwide. The study was begun in 1962 and followed 123 people from pre-school until the present, to determine how that early childhood experience may have affected their lives.

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