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Head Start: Learning From Past Mistakes

"A rapid, politically driven expansion inflated public expectation while diluting program standards; by the eighties, conservative policymakers were using Head Start's modest results to justify the rejection of other government antipoverty programs." Swamp Nurse (New Yorker 2006)


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