As researched and reported by Prof. James Heckman, Nobel laureate in Economics, University of Chicago.
Investing in quality early learning programs is the most efficient way to affect school and life success and to reduce social expenditures later. Returns are greatest for the most at-risk children. Learn more. Quality early learning programs can:
✔ Reduce costs later on in special education, remedial classes, and incarceration. ✔ Raise the quality of the workforce ✔ Enhance the productivity of schools ✔ Reduce crime, teenage pregnancy, and welfare dependency ✔ Raise earnings and promote social attachment Heckman contends, “The real question is how to use available funds wisely. The best evidence supports the policy prescription: Invest in the very young.”
Results: Each of our 30 years of 24+ sessions per year we have seen 80-100% of the children improve