CUPS One World Child Development Centre: Effects At Age 15 Following A Two-Generation Preschool Program

Evaluating teenagers who experienced early-intervention programs as children can give more information about the outcomes of these programs and inform future development of similar programs


This funding will support a 31-month project which will extend (to age 15) a longitudinal evaluation of the outcomes of a standardized program for vulnerable children and families that has been underway since the cohort was between the ages of 3-6. The project will contribute to the understandings among researchers and policy decision makes about the outcomes of early intervention programs – especially children of recent immigrants living in poverty.

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