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[IWS] JEC: EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: A SMART INVESTMENT IN CHILDREN AND THE ECONOMY [10 December 2014]

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Joint Economic Committee (JEC)

Democrats

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: A SMART INVESTMENT IN CHILDREN AND THE ECONOMY [10 December 2014]

http://www.jec.senate.gov/public/?a=Files.Serve&File_id=aa1dcd62-c2c2-41b9-a936-aeab80d70575

[full-text, 10 pages]

 

This report discusses the economic benefits of early childhood education. It examines trends in early

education enrollment, including disparities across income groups that may inhibit economic mobility.

It concludes by describing policies to improve access to high-quality early education and help prepare

children for success as they move into the K-12 education system and beyond.

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