“As seen in the recent release of the 2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book, it is clear that more robust investments in public education are needed to build stronger students and a stronger state. Therefore, it is crucial that lawmakers continue to use words like “invest” and “evidence-based” to talk about education and, more specifically, early childhood. These words are much more accurate and forward-thinking than words like ‘cost’ and ‘expense.'”
Read more from the KAC blog here: http://kac.org/building-the-bridge-from-early-childhood-to-k-12-education/.
Originally posted on Facebook 7/1/17.