Poor Preschool-aged Children: Numbers Increase But Most Not In Preschool

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DIANE Publishing, Sep 30, 1996 - Education - 81 pages
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Examines the number and characteristics of preschool-aged children -- 3- to 4-year-olds -- and how they changed between 1980 and 1990, and (2) differences in preschool participation rates for children by income level, age, and other demographic characteristics and location. 65 charts and tables.

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