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Bogenschneider Karen, Little Olivia, 22 January, 2014
This briefing report addresses two questions through an economic, neuroscience, public policy, and family impact lens: How can cutting-edge research on early brain development inform state policy decisions on issues ranging from child care to foster…
Rolnick Arthur, 22 January, 2014
This report discusses the social and economic benefits of investing in early childhood education, citing Minnesota Early Learning Foundation's successful model which addresses the challenge of scaling up high-quality programs that produce large…
Ittig Maureen, Adams Diane B., Edie David, Riley David Allen, Roach Mary A., 2004
An analysis of the costs and benefits of public prekindergarten initiatives
Adams Diane B., Edie David, Roach Mary A., Riley David Allen, 2003
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An issue brief on child care subsidy policy in Wisconsin Child care provider prices are compared with county reimbursement rates, and the effectiveness of the differential reimbursement policy as well as the impact of the new rate structure are…