Show policymakers that investing in early childhood development is a fiscally responsible way to reduce costs and create economic growth.
Quality early childhood programs have the potential to substantially improve adult health. Find information and resources here.
A new study reveals that a home-based early intervention for disadvantaged children had a significant impact on later-life earnings.
Professor Heckman weighs in on the reauthorization of ESEA, urging lawmakers to include high-quality early education and a K-12 system that develops "the full range of intellectual, emotional and social skills necessary for individuals to flourish in the 21st-century economy." Read about it here.