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Cattan, Sarah
Crawford, Claire
Dearden, Lorraine
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IFS Reports, Institute for Fiscal Studies R99
The Effective Pre-School, Primary and Secondary Education (EPPSE) project is the first large-scale British study on the effects of different pre-school experiences on children's outcomes. It enables researchers to look at the impact of both pre-school education and pre-school quality not only on short-term education outcomes, but also on long-term education and possible future labour market outcomes for a cohort of individuals who did not have access to universal pre-school education. It is these long-term economic consequences that are the focus of this report.
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