Ensuring the best start in life: Targeting versus universality in early childhood development [Executive summary]
Institute for Research on Public Policy
||A summary of a review of research from Canada and the United States that identifies strategies for promoting young, vulnerable children's healthy development in Canada by considering four policy issues: 1) targeted versus universal approaches, 2) conditions for high-quality early childhood education, 3) benefits ands costs associated with different programs, and 4) requirements for supporting the health development of all Canadian children
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