Preschool provides the biggest benefit to poor children

11/18/2010 | U.S. News & World Report

A study found poor children got the biggest literacy boost from attending preschool but noted the programs also help those who are not economically disadvantaged, especially black children. The lead researcher said universally available preschool programs could help narrow achievement gaps between poor and non-poor children and between racial groups.

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