Here's Heckman's figure 1 of this paper "The Life Cycle Benefits of an Influential Early Childhood Program", https://hceconomics.uchicago.edu/research/working-paper/life-cycle-benefits-influential-early-childhood-program. It shows that female returns are insignificant and much lower then male returns, much of which seem to be based on crime effects. Later he says
"ABC/CARE has treatment effects on crime for females for a number ofI am no expert on this, but these differences seem interesting.
categories (see Appendix G). However, males are much more likely to commit
crimes that are more costly to the victims, to the criminal justice system,
and to society (Cohen and Bowles, 2010; Barak et al., 2015). ABC/CARE
also has treatment effects on crime for females for a number of categories (see
Appendix G). However, males commit crimes that are much more expensive
to society. These two categories are examples of why the magnitudes of the
gains are much higher for males than they are for females."