40-year study produces new findings: strong early education = better long-term relationships with parents

From experience to meaning...

The results of early education is a bit complex. While based on the Heckman curve – and the underlying research – people will advocate for enough investment in early education, in some countries it’s no clearcut solution. That’s probably why this new published article talks about ‘strong early education’. It’s not early education as such that can make a difference, but good early education. And those differences might go further thank you think: this conference paper suggests that strong early education equals better long-term relationships with parents. It’s a conference paper, so sadly I haven’t been able to read it.

So I only have this press release and the poster with the research results:

Children who are given high-quality education at an early age – starting at six weeks old and continuing through their first five years of life – are more likely to be employed full-time and have better relationships…

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