Economic Costs of Early Childhood Poverty

Economic Costs of Early Childhood Poverty

Many U.S. children live in poverty, and poor children fare worse as adults than children from higher-income families.  This study concludes that eliminating poverty in early childhood has various positive economic impacts for the child, the family, and society.  The costs of doing so are outweighed by the benefits to the children and to taxpayers.

Read the Research Brief in PDF format.

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