Early learning leads to lifelong success
The importance of high quality learning activities for children during their early years, from birth through age 5, has been identified as leading to lifelong successes as an adult. How can that be?
Art Rolnick, former director of research for the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, found that high quality preschool education for disadvantaged children leads to lower special education costs, lower crime rates and higher education completion levels.
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