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Partnering with the Business Community and Economists to Advance a Birth to Five Policy Agenda

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This article is dedicated to discussing the positive partnerships that can be made between the business community, economists and early childhood advocates to advance a birth to five policy agenda.

When you think of people who would be natural allies in advocating for the well-being of very young children, who do you think of? Almost certainly you think of other professionals in the early childhood field – child care providers, social workers, pediatricians, child psychologists, etc. But do you ever think about business people or economists? Probably not, and yet economists and members of the business community can be among the most influential and supportive allies the early childhood field is likely to know. This article for The Baby Monitor is dedicated to discussing the positive partnerships that can be made between the business community, economists and early childhood advocates to advance a birth to five policy agenda.

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