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NEW RESEARCH
Dec 12, 2016
New research from Nobel Laureate economist James J. Heckman and colleagues finds that comprehensive, birth-to-age-five early childhood programs can produce higher economic .
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Early Childhood Education: Making Sense of All the Research.
Dec 01, 2015
Tulsa, Tennessee, Quebec—we’ve seen a number of new studies on the effectiveness of early childhood education. Some say it works, others say it doesn’t. P.
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Vanderbilt Pre-K Study: You get what you pay for
Oct 05, 2015
Vanderbilt University’s study of Tennessee’s Voluntary Preschool Program evaluates a low quality early childhood program using a flawed methodology. Randomizati.
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Lifelines for Poor Children
Jul 15, 2013
The following is an excerpt from an article that first appeared in The New York Times on September 15, 2013.     .
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Investing in quality early childhood development for disadvantaged children from birth through age 5 will help prevent achievement deficits and produce better education, health, social and economic outcomes. Such investments will reduce the need for costly remediation and social spending while increasing the value, productivity and earning potential of individuals. In fact, every dollar invested in quality early childhood development for disadvantaged children produces a 7 percent to 10 percent return, per child, per year.
- Professor James Heckman
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