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Study Raises Questions About Value of Early Education

Study Raises Questions About Value of Early Education

Almost half of California's kids under the age of five are low-income or speak English as a second language. Most experts agree on the benefit of public preschool programs as a way to prepare these children and reduce the "achievement gap" in the state's classrooms. But as California considers adopting universal preschool for low-income kids, a new study is questioning the long-term benefits of these programs. We examine the research.

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