Equity, efficiency and education spending in the United States (2017)

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Social Emotional Learning - Equity

Author: Nick Bunker

Washington Center for Equitable Growth

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Many studies of the long-term effects of pre-kindergarten programs in the United States find that they improve outcomes for those pre-K kids later in life, yet the effects on educational outcomes seem to fade out over the course of the next 13 years.  A child might get a boost to their academic outcomes early in their kindergarten and elementary school career, but the benefits dissipate as they go through high school.

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