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Attracting, developing and maintaining human capital: A new model for economic development
Partnership for America's Economic Success, July, 2011
Washington, DC: Partnership for America's Economic Success.

A summary of a study of the role of investments in early childhood programs in promoting economic growth and development

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The costs of disinvestment: Why states can’t afford to cut smart early childhood programs
Partnership for America's Economic Success, April 2010
(Issue Brief #13). Washington, DC: Partnership for America's Economic Success.

A discussion of possible negative outcomes to society that could result from states’ disinvestment in early childhood education programs due to budget cuts

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The costs of disinvestment: Why states can’t afford to cut smart early childhood programs
Partnership for America's Economic Success, January 2010
(Issue Brief #13). Washington, DC: Partnership for America's Economic Success.

A discussion of possible negative outcomes to society that could result from states’ disinvestment in early childhood education programs due to budget cuts

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Investments in Pennsylvania’s early childhood programs pay off now and later
Partnership for America's Economic Success, March 2011
Washington, DC: Partnership for America's Economic Success.

A discussion of the present and future benefits of Pennsylvania’s investments in early childhood education and care programs and services

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Long-term economic benefits of investing in early childhood programs: Proven programs boost economic development and benefit the nation's fiscal health
Partnership for America's Economic Success, 2008
(Issue Brief No. 5). Washington, DC: Partnership for America's Economic Success.

A summary of two analyses, one modeling the state- and nation-level job and earnings creation effects of three early childhood development programs targeted at disadvantaged children, and comparing these effects to those of a hypothetical half-day universal prekindergarten program and of traditional business subsidies for job growth promotion; the other modeling the long-term fiscal benefits of early childhood development programs--in terms of future increased income tax revenues from, fewer government transfers to, and lower education costs of program participants--to the fiscal costs, in terms of government funding for the programs

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