Investing in Infants and Toddlers: The Economics of Early Childhood
This article outlines current economic research in the field of child development, and ways in which early childhood professionals and economists can join forces to advocate for greater investment in programs that support infants, toddlers and their families.
New research on early childhood investments provides opportunities for early childhood professionals and economists to work together to support greater investments in programs for infants, toddlers and their families. This article outlines current economic research, its application within the field of child development, and ways in which early childhood professionals and economists can partner with one another to inform the public policy process.
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