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Early Childhood Education's Economic Benefits Argued
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Early Childhood Education's Economic Benefits Argued

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Early Childhood Education's Economic Benefits Argued

Early Childhood Education's Economic Benefits Argued
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A new report illustrates the economic benefits of early childhood education, pointing out that child care contributes significantly to many state economies. Advocates argue for universal pre-kindergarten support nationwide; critics are skeptical that benefits can be reproduced for every state.

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