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Polling

Research & Polling Survey commissioned by NMECDP
Business Leaders, Tribal Leaders, and Legislators
Early-Childhood-Survey or PPT

Science

InBrief
The Science of Early Childhood Development

Center on the Developing Child - Harvard University
The InBrief Series

New Mexico

Cost analysis of New Mexico's Early Childhood Programs
NMECDP Cost Analysis

Economic Impacts

William Dickens and Charles Baschnagel
University of Maryland, College Park
Dynamic Estimates of the Fiscal Effects of Investing in Early Childhood Programs

Timothy Bartik
Upjohn Institute
Economic Development Effects of Early Childhood Programs

Arthur J. Rolnick and Rob Grunewald
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
The Economics of Early Childhood Development as Seen by Two Fed Economists

Kimberly Pearson
ZERO TO THREE
A Proven Return on Investment: Economists and the Business Community Advance Birth to Five Policy Agenda

James Heckman
The Heckman Equation
Invest + Develop + Sustain = Gain

James Heckman
The Heckman Equation
The Case for Investing in Disadvantaged Children

James Heckman
The Heckman Equation
Stimulating the Young

Rand Corporation
What does Economics Tell Us About Early Childhood Policy

Partnership for America’s Economic Success
PAES-Parenting-Education

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