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Early Childhood Education and Health Programs

The Benefits of Early Childhood Education and Health Programs May Last Longer Than a Lifetime

New research suggests programs aimed at helping low-income U.S. children, such as Head Start early childhood education and Medicaid health coverage, may have… 540 more words

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Investments in Early Childhood Education

Investments in Early Childhood Benefit Our Entire Community

Investments in high quality childcare, early education, and other programs do more than help children. They also benefit taxpayers and strengthen the economy. 674 more words

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Early Childhood Development

Big Benefits of Investing in Early Childhood Development

Preventing the achievement gap, improving health outcomes, boosting earnings and providing a high rate of economic return—this one-page document summarizes the benefits of investing in quality… 235 more words

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Latest Spurts: Serious talks (not really) and forgetting the cereal

May 16, 2018

By Ekta R. Garg

Enjoy these Spurts from the last two weeks, readers!

I detailed last week how we watched the movie… 911 more words

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Peek to Early Childhood Education

Perks of Early Childhood Education

More and more research is showing that quality early education opportunities have lifelong benefits not only for those children, but for society in general. 686 more words

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Early Childhood Education Degree Programs

The Benefits of Early Childhood Education Degree Programs

While most people are aware that an early childhood education degree is needed for jobs that are specifically centered on teaching children — such as public or private kindergarten teacher positions — the much wider application of these degrees may not be as widely recognized. 1,492 more words

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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

UNEXPECTED BENEFITS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

A trend is emerging when it comes to P-20 education: optional preschool is becoming a thing of the past. As a nation, we’re finally beginning to accept that preschool is beneficial—even necessary—for the success of most American children. 892 more words

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