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Long-term Effects of an Early Childhood Intervention on Educational Achievement and Juvenile Arrest—Correction FREE

JAMA. 2001;286(9):1026. doi:10.1001/jama.286.9.1026.
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Error in Text and Table. In the Original Contribution entitled "Long-term Effects of an Early Childhood Intervention on Educational Achievement and Juvenile Arrest: A 15-Year Follow-up of Low-Income Children in Public Schools" published in the May 9, 2001, issue of THE JOURNAL (2001;285:2339-2346), there was an error in the text and in the table. On page 2342, in Table 2, the zeros in the last 2 columns of the last 2 rows should have been P<.001. In the third column of the text, the paragraph above the heading "Outcome Variables," the last sentence that reads "The mean per child expenditures in 1996 for 1 year of preschool and 1 year of school-age participation are $4350 and $15.00." should read "The mean per child expenditures in 1996 for 1 year of preschool and 1 year of school-age participation are $4350 and $1500."

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