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Unformatted text preview: A39970775 The analysis of the Perry Preschool Program was conducted over the course of multiple years with specific ages included in the analysis. The inclusion of a control group and choosing the groups before beginning the experiment helped to maintain validity with the results. They examined the long term affects of the preschool on low income minority students. The benefits of the program extended across many success factors in the later lives of the participants. They were found to have attended higher education at a greater rate. They also had higher incomes and lower crime rates, along with lower instances of welfare. Overall the preschool was successful and accomplished great strides to help in their future development. The Head Start Program analysis discussed the misinterpretation of data while having incorrect methods and the great affect that one study may have on national programs. Since there was an analysis done of the program where the participants were picked after they had participated and they were tested...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course MC 364 taught by Professor Ritchie during the Spring '11 term at University of Michigan.
- Spring '11