Investments in early childhood pay off for economies, families, Aaron Sojourner writes

Aaron Sojourner in front of Minnesota building

Income-based gaps in development open early in kids’ lives, and these gaps between lower- and higher-income households grow over children’s first five years of life, our Aaron Sojourner writes in a guest post for RAPID, an early childhood and family wellbeing survey research group based at Stanford University.

Wise investment in early care and education and family policies can help close these gaps, Sojourner writes, urging more support for parents at a critically important time.

The full post is on the RAPID blog.

Date: May 24, 2023