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- Nikki Aikens & Lara Kristin Hulsey & Emily Moiduddin & Ashley Kopack & Amy Takyi-Laryea & Louisa Tarullo & Jerry West, 2011. "Data Tables for FACES 2009 Head Start Children Families and Programs Present and Past Data from FACES Report," Mathematica Policy Research Reports f3d963f656e8489a84ff2919a, Mathematica Policy Research.
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