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Preschool’s Hidden Value May Be in Combating Poverty

The Hechinger Report

U.S. News & World Report

Oct 2, 2017

"The offspring of preschooled children are living significantly better young-adult lives than the offspring of non-preschooled children. In that second generation, whose parents lived in a community that offered a free, federally funded Head Start preschool program in the 1960s, people were graduating from high school and attending college in much higher numbers, and were far less likely to be involved in crime or become a teen parent themselves."