Replication data for: Early School Exposure, Test Scores, and Noncognitive Outcomes

Christian Dustmann & Thomas Cornelissen
We estimate the effects of receiving additional schooling before age five on cognitive and noncognitive outcomes, exploiting unique school entry rules in England that cause variation in the age at school entry and the effective length of the first school year, and combining survey data with administrative school records up to six years after exposure. We find significant effects on both cognitive and noncognitive outcomes at ages five and seven, particularly so for boys with...
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