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.
On March 23, Professor Heckman gave the keynote address at the Early Learning Water Cooler Conference in Sacramento. He spoke about refocusing public policy on cost-efficient, evidence-based investments in young children and families to reap sizable social and economic benefits, promote growth and opportunity, reduce inequality and disadvantage, and boost global competitiveness. You can view the slides from his presentation here.