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USA Today reports that an ambitious public pre-kindergarten program in Oklahoma boosts kids' skills dramatically, a long-awaited study finds--offering across-the-board evidence for the first time that universal preschool, open to all children, benefits both low-income and middle-class kids. The large-scale study, by researchers from Georgetown University's Public Policy Institute and Center for Research on Children in the United States, looked at the skills of about 3,500 incoming kindergartners in Tulsa, where state-funded pre-kindergarten has been in place for 18 years--and offered universally for nearly a decade. The researchers found that as the kids entered kindergarten those enrolled in the state
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