Learning Curve: Investing in early ed...

Learning Curve: Investing in early education pays off

There are 1 comment on the Santa Fe New Mexican story from Dec 23, 2012, titled Learning Curve: Investing in early education pays off. In it, Santa Fe New Mexican reports that:

Proponents continue to point to studies showing that investment in early-childhood education programs yields positive academic results down the road by fostering a child's social and emotional relationships and giving him or her a head start on developing and using cognitive skills.

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Since: Apr 10

Albuquerque, NM

#1 Dec 23, 2012
Yes! Start forcing these children to stop being 'kids' and start reading at a university level so that schools can win the 'Race To The Top' fund!

A simpler solution would be for parents to educate their children on how to read at a good level; then parents could send their children to school feeling satisfied that they helped their child learn. But the thought of parents taking responsibility for their children is complete non-sense and should be at the hands of the government. Socialism!!!

Finland's solution is better than this crap.

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