The case for investing in disadvantaged young children

Resource Type: Fact Sheets & Briefs
Author(s): Heckman, James J.;
Date Issued: January, 2012
Publisher(s): European Expert Network on Economics of Education
Description: A summary of a discussion of the origins of abilities that predict adult success and the role that early childhood interventions can play in fostering these abilities in disadvantaged children
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Source: (EENEE Policy Brief 1/2012). Munich, Germany: European Expert Network on Economics of Education. Retrieved April 11, 2012, from http://www.eenee.de/portal/page/portal/EENEEContent/_IMPORT_TELECENTRUM/DOCS/PolicyBrief1-2012.pdf
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Market > Economic & Societal Impact > Cost Benefit Analysis
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