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Hubbard, Ben
February 2002
Education Journal;Feb2002, Issue 60, p31
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Comments on the community-based CHANCE intervention program, which pairs adult mentors with at-risk primary school children in Great Britain. Key features of the program; Need for further development to meet the program's goals; Policy implications on education.


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