The Perry Preschool Study Stands the Test of Time, but It Doesn’t Stand Alone

Perhaps because the Perry Preschool study is cited so often to demonstrate the long-term benefits of preschool, it seems the landmark study is often criticized – or at least its flaws underscored in an attempt to discredit its findings as relevant to today’s world. This week I decided to address the validity of some of the criticisms I hear most often. At the same time I add a word of caution about relying too much on this (or any) single study.

Please visit National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) for the complete blog post.