Since 2005, researchers from the National Institute for Early Education Research at Rutgers have monitored the progress of 1,000 children from New Jersey's poorest areas. Researchers found that those students who attended preschool performed better in math, science, literacy and language arts and were less likely to receive special-education services or be retained a grade than their peers who did not attend preschool.
Study: Early-childhood education has a positive effect in N.J.
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