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Author: Antonelli, Angela
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1. Antonelli, Angela
One Percent Budget Showdown: Clinton's Veto Threats In Perspective
Backgrounder #1224 Report, The Heritage Foundation, October 7, 1998.
Also: http://www.heritage.org/Research/Budget/BG1224.cfm
Cohort(s): NLSY79
Publisher: The Heritage Foundation
Keyword(s): Academic Development; Family Background; Head Start; I.Q.; Mothers, Education

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This paper argues against President Clinton's 1998 budgetary veto threat. In arguing in favor of the smaller budget bill, the author advocates using NLSY79 data to evaluate the effectiveness of the Head Start program. Specifically, she proposed that NLSY79 data should be used to study "a wide range of outcomes, including cognitive, socio-emotional, behavioral, and academic development, while controlling for such factors as family background and the mother's IQ and level of education."
Bibliography Citation
Antonelli, Angela. "One Percent Budget Showdown: Clinton's Veto Threats In Perspective." Backgrounder #1224 Report, The Heritage Foundation, October 7, 1998.
2. Wilson, Mark
Shokraii, Nina H.
Antonelli, Angela
Labor-Health-Education Appropriations: Eliminating Waste and Enhancing Accountability
Backgrounder #1212 Report, The Heritage Foundation, August 7, 1998.
Also: http://www.heritage.org/Research/Labor/BG1212.cfm
Cohort(s): NLSY79
Publisher: The Heritage Foundation
Keyword(s): Head Start

Permission to reprint the abstract has not been received from the publisher.

This paper argues against maintaining or increasing funding for a myriad of federal programs such as Low-Income Home Energy Assistance, Bilingual Education, OSHA, and Federal Regional Education Laboratories. Additionally, the authors advocate that Congress should use NLSY data to evaluate the effectiveness of the Head Start program across a wide range of outcomes (e.g. cognitive, socio-emotional, behavioral, and academic development of its participants) while controlling for such factors as family background and the mother's IQ and level of education.
Bibliography Citation
Wilson, Mark, Nina H. Shokraii and Angela Antonelli. "Labor-Health-Education Appropriations: Eliminating Waste and Enhancing Accountability." Backgrounder #1212 Report, The Heritage Foundation, August 7, 1998.