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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 call to end preschool expulsion: Prevention and intervention strategies
Splett, Joni, 2011
Columbia: University of Missouri--Columbia, Center for Family Policy and Research.

A discussion of the relationship of preschool expulsion to adolescent delinquency and adult imprisonment, with policy recommendations to reduce problem behaviors in early childhood

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Economic impact of early care & learning services in Alaska: 2011 update
SEED (System for Early Education Development), 2011
Anchorage, AK: SEED (System for Early Education Development).

An analysis of the economic impact of the Alaska early care and learning industry in terms of individuals employed and spending on services, as well as its role in supporting other industries, labor force participation, and positive child outcomes

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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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National evaluation of Sure Start local programmes: An economic perspective
Birkbeck College. National Evaluation of Sure Start, July, 2011
(Research Brief DFE-RB073). Runcorn, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education.

A summary an examination of the economic costs and benefits of Sure Start local programs, integrated services programs that aim to promote child development and strengthen families in disadvantaged communities in England, based on an analysis of program costs and Sure Start participant and comparison group outcomes

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Paying later: The high costs of failing to invest in young children
Weiss, Elaine, January 2011
Washington, DC: Partnership for America's Economic Success.

A summary of an estimation of the social costs of child abuse and neglect, high school dropout, criminal activity, teen pregnancy, drug and alcohol abuse and other health problems, and of the social benefits of investment in early childhood programs

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Promoting the development of the under-threes: The critical role of government investment
Rao, Nirmala, September, 2011
(ARNEC Policy Brief No. 1). Singapore: Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood.

A discussion of the benefits of investing in child development programs for infants and toddlers

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ROI: Economic return on investment in afterschool
Oklahoma Afterschool Network, February, 2011
Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Afterschool Network.

A discussion of the economic benefits of investment in after school programs in Oklahoma

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Vital to growth: The early childhood sector of the U.S. economy
Weiss, Elaine, February 2011
Washington, DC: Partnership for America's Economic Success.

A summary of an analysis of the economic impact of the early childhood sector in terms of total expenditures and its share of gross domestic product

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