Take five: The most popular CBKB blog posts from 2013

by , December 19, 2013

Which CBKB blog posts from this year were most widely read? The following list spells them out, with one caveat: We excluded guest blog posts, which we highlighted last week.

So here are the Top Five posts from 2013:

  1. Quantity isn’t quality: A look at the complex costs and benefits of policing
  2. New to CBKB.org?

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What does preschool have to do with crime prevention?

by , February 14, 2013

Preschool education has been headline news since the president’s State of the Union address Tuesday night. In his speech, President Obama said, “Every dollar we invest in high-quality early childhood education can save more than seven dollars later on—by boosting graduation rates, reducing teen pregnancy, even reducing violent crime.”

Last summer CBKB interviewed Dr.

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