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PACEs in Early Childhood

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[Photo Credit: Karsten Moran for The New York Times] 

The New York Times published an op-ed piece yesterday on investing in early childhood that is worth the read: 

The biggest obstacles and greatest inequality often have roots early in life:

If we want to get more kids in universities, we should invest in preschools.

Actually, preschool may be a bit late. Brain research in the last dozen years underscores that the time of life that may shape adult outcomes the most is pregnancy through age 2 or 3.

[For more on this article, written by Nicholas Kristof, please visit:]

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