Fact Sheet Federal Expenditures on Infants and Toddlers in 2007 Key Facts
Jennifer Ehrle Macomber, Julia B. Isaacs, Tracy Vericker, Adam Kent, Paul Johnson
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Extensive research shows investing in very young children can help build a strong future workforce, improve children's educational success and health, and potentially reduce some of the social ills that drain the nations resources and will. What investments does the United States currently make in infants and toddlers?

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Research Areas Economic mobility and inequality Children and youth
Tags Fiscal policy Child care Children's health and development Economic well-being Head Start and elementary education Children's budget
Policy Centers Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population