Show policymakers that investing in early childhood development is a fiscally responsible way to reduce costs and create economic growth.
Quality early childhood programs have the potential to substantially improve adult health. Find information and resources here.
A new study reveals that a home-based early intervention for disadvantaged children had a significant impact on later-life earnings.
Nicholas Kristof cites Professor Heckman’s compelling evidence as to why both sides of the political spectrum should be investing in early childhood education. "Investing in early childhood programs is where society gets the most bang for the buck—returns of 7 percent to 10 percent per year." Read more in his column: http://nyti.ms/1uC4prN