- High-quality random assignment experiments continue to provide part of the evidence for the economic payoff to early childhood education
- Parental earnings benefits of early childhood programs shouldn’t be forgotten
- Even under conservative estimates, early childhood education can do quite a bit to address income inequality
- Conor Williams’s review of “From Preschool to Prosperity” in The Washington Monthly
- What are economic benefits and why do we care?
Monthly Archives: August 2012
The Upjohn Institute has posted a recent working paper of mine, co-authored with my colleague George Erickcek, that looks at how different types of business tax cuts affect economic development goals such as job creation. The Institute’s website also right … Continue reading
I was recently asked how pre-K’s effects compared with the usual income gaps in kindergarten readiness. How much can high-quality pre-K do to help children from low-income families catch up to children from more middle-class families? My paper with Gormley … Continue reading