Research

 “Research indicates that children who receive a high-quality early childhood education have better math, language and social skills as they enter school, and as they grow older require less special education, progress further in school, have fewer interactions with the justice system and have higher earnings as adults.”
-Steve Barnett, National Institute for Early Education Research


Science

The InBrief Series - Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University

Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University

Economic Impacts

Investing in Early Childhood Education - First Five Years Fund

Benefits and Outcomes of High Quality Early Childhood Education - ReadyNation

The Case for Investing in America’s Hispanic Young Children - ReadyNation

A Healthy Bottom Line - ReadyNation

The Economic Case for Investments in Young Children - Arthur Rolnick & Bob Grunewald, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

PreK

How Much Can High-Quality Universal PreK Reduce Achievement Gaps? - Center for American Progress

Child Care

Child Care Assistance Spending and Participation in 2014 - Center for Law and Social Policy

New Mexico State Fact Sheet - National Women’s Law Center

Building Blocks:  State Child Care Assistance Policies in 2015 - National Women's Law Center

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