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Comment: Tales Out of Preschool


November 25, 2002
AccessEconomics and FinanceUniversal and Targeted
Rebecca Mead
The New Yorker

The provision of decent universal preschool education may seem like a pipe dream, but a study released last week by the National Institute for Early Education Research points out the economic benefits of providing high-quality, year-round, full-time programs. “Such programs pay for themselves, and then some,” Leonard Masse, a co-author of the report, says.