Early childhood education and the U.S. labor market crisis

I have a guest post, entitled “Early Childhood Education and the U.S. Labor Market Crisis” at the blog, “Preschool Matters…Today!”, run by the National Institute for Early Education Research. I appreciate the opportunity provided by Steve Barnett and NIEER to share my thoughts with their readers on this issue.

Interested readers can click through to read my full post. The topic addressed is how early childhood programs can help address the current U.S. labor market problem, which is a lack of jobs and earnings, and which is likely to be prolonged.

About timbartik

Tim Bartik is a senior economist at the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, a non-profit and non-partisan research organization in Kalamazoo, Michigan. His research specializes in state and local economic development policies and local labor markets.
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