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Two decades of Tulsa pre-K research shows widespread positive effects

As part of its 20th year researching Tulsa’s early childhood programs, Georgetown University on Tuesday released reports showing pre-K’s positive effects on college enrollment and earning ability.

Through the decades, the Center for Research on Children in the United States at Georgetown has followed different cohorts of children in the pre-K program of Tulsa Public Schools and Tulsa Head Start. It has often found gains along the way, particularly for low-income, Black and Hispanic students.
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