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By: Florida Chamber Foundation
Brain Matter Matters: Should We Intervene Well Before Preschool?
The case is clear: Investments in young children have enormous payoffs for society. The question is not whether we should invest in young children, but when and how. Amidst these initiatives, new research on early brain development suggests that preschool, while important, may not be enough.
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