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Impact of the Nurse-Family Partnership on Neighborhood Context, Government Expenditures, and Children's School Functioning
(NCJ 233277) 2011
Grant, 68 page(s)
This report presents the methodologies and findings of three studies: an economic analysis of the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) through age 9 for children in the Denver trial of the NFP; an assessment of children’s school functioning using teacher reports of third-grade children’s grade point averages and behavior in the Denver trial of the NFP; and a study of the NFP in neighborhood contexts in the Elmira, Memphis, and Denver trials.