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Nobel Prize-winning economist James Heckman joins CPRE Director Jonathan Supovitz to discuss the latest research into the Perry Preschool Project, a landmark 1960’s study that examined the impacts of high quality preschool on at-risk children. More than 50 years later, Heckman finds that the program has not only changed the lives of its former students, but the lives of their children as well. Heckman and Supovitz discuss the study and some important takeaways for early childhood policy, practice, and future research.

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