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Learning about Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES): Summarizing the Research and Gaps on Compelling Models

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  • Patricia Del Grosso
  • Christopher Jones
  • Diane Paulsell
  • Shannon Monahan

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  • Patricia Del Grosso & Christopher Jones & Diane Paulsell & Shannon Monahan, 2015. "Learning about Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES): Summarizing the Research and Gaps on Compelling Models," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 514a315e98354fa49e7f75cfc, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    1. Shannon Monahan & Jaime Thomas & Lauren Murphy & Diane Paulsell, "undated". "Learning about Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES): Review Protocol," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 744bd0cfbdd946999e1283a54, Mathematica Policy Research.
    2. Shannon Monahan & Jaime Thomas & Dianne Paulsell & Lauren Murphy, "undated". "Learning about Infant and Toddler Early Education Services (LITES): A Systematic Review of the Evidence," Mathematica Policy Research Reports cfbc6dd280134471b144b4de8, Mathematica Policy Research.
    3. Greg J. Duncan & Katherine Magnuson, 2013. "Investing in Preschool Programs," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol. 27(2), pages 109-132, Spring.
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