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TitleSuccess by ten: Intervening early, often, and effectively in the education of young children
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PublisherBrookings Institution
DateJanuary 2007
Pages33 pp.
DescriptionThis discussion paper proposes a program designed to help every child achieve success in school by age ten. It calls for major expansion of Head Start so that every disadvantaged child has the opportunity to enroll in a high-quality program of education and care during the first five years of his or her life. It also calls for schools to devote their Title I spending to instructional programs that have proven effective.
Filed inEarly Childhood > School readiness, Education > Student learning
TopicsEarly Childhood, Education
Added08/24/2007 12:00am
Updated02/27/2012 03:19pm

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