As the Twig Is Bent--Lasting Effects of Preschool Programs

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perimental-versus-control study of the Micro-Social Learning Environment is warranted.


ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This study was funded by the New Jersey State Department of Education. Carl C. Marburger, Commissioner of Education.


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