Early Childhood Education

Early childhood programs don't just affect individual children, they affect labor markets as well.

Well-run early childhood programs build skills that eventually lead to a higher-quality adult labor force, which helps increase wages and employment rates and promotes local economic development. The Upjohn Institute has sponsored research on child care centers and employer-sponsored preschool programs, finding important implications for parents’ labor market participation.



All Research

Moving from Welfare to Work

January 1, 2008 · Research

Preschool and Economic Development

October 1, 2006 · Research

Parents' Work Time and the Family

January 1, 2002 · Research

Thinking about Child Care Policy

January 1, 2002 · Research

The Economics of Work and Family

January 1, 2002 · Research

Federal Child Care Policy

January 1, 2002 · Research