Can investing in early childhood education beat stock market returns?

Investing in the first five years of a child’s life is much more critical than many people realize—and significant research supports it, according to Aaron Sojourner, a labor economist, researcher, and associate professor at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. In an interview with Child’s Path, Sojourner says that we ask the most […]

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Kayla’s Journey

When Kaley moved up to the two-year-old room, she was extremely emotional and would have tantrums.  Her teacher, Naomi, noticed that Kaley had difficulty responding and following directions. At first, her teacher thought these were typical 2-year-old behaviors and she would be fine later on. Kaley’s tantrums, however, became worse every day.

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