Great article from Nicholas Kristof today in NY Times. Do we invest in Preschools or Prisons. We’ve known the research on how funding and operation of quality preschool programs is one of the (maybe the most) effective tool for eradicating poverty and propelling economic growth. It also has a lot to do with how many prison beds must be built. Scary but real. Link to the article is:
Have a great week.
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