The Gains Of Head Start Kids Vary By GroupGene Koretz
Head Start is one of the more highly praised government programs for young children, but a new National Bureau of Economic Research study indicates that its effects vary among different ethnic groups. Specifically, the preschool program appears to improve the academic performance of whites and Hispanics more than blacks, and the health status of blacks more than whites and Hispanics.
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