Prioritizing Early Childhood Education: We Can’t Afford to Wait

In today’s Huffington Post, Susan Ochshorn, founder of ECE PolicyWorks, writes about the need to prioritize children. She talks about the 20 percent cut to North Carolina’s More at Four and Smart Start initiatives.

In ithe article, Ocschorn says, “Learning, Harkin reminds us, begins at birth. In the U.S. today, however, only a tiny fraction of the many billions spent on public education is invested at the early end of the spectrum. We are missing a prime opportunity, one that we cannot afford to waste.”

Read the full story at huffingtonpost.com.

 

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