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A lack of education increases poverty Early education can stimulate the economy. according to the NEA "National Education Association" Providing a high-quality education for children before they turn five yields significant medium- and long-term benefits for students. Children in early childhood education programs are:

  • Less likely to repeat a grade
  • Less likely to be identified as having special needs
  • More prepared academically for later grades
  • More likely to graduate from high school
  • Higher earners in the workforce.
Studies suggest that putting more children in pre-K now will result in fewer adults in prison later in life. The benefits of early childhood education can better entire communities, not only the child or their families.


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