Outcomes

Publications and Research

This brief presents the multiple pathways through which early childhood education programs can contribute to better health, in both the short and long term.

This presentation looks at the rates in which children who are Hispanic and/or English language learners enroll in preschool and the impact of pre-K on their learning outcomes.

The multi-year study of New Jersey’s Abbott Preschool Program shows that children in the state’s most disadvantaged communities who participate in the pre-K program make significant gains in literacy, language, math and science through 4th and 5th grade.

This presentation includes findings from decades worth of research on preschool education and its benefits.

This presentation focuses on the return of investment for pre-K education, including the positive benefits of such programs.

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