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Early learning program would pay for itself

By Terry Lock

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 13, 2013

~~<p>If we as a people have a single obligation that transcends others, it is to provide our keiki with opportunity.</p>
<p>Youngsters with good beginnings have a better shot at success. National research and decades of work in Hawaii shows that high-quality early learning has lifelong impacts. The research shows early learning benefits not only the child but also society and reduces long-term public costs.</p>
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If we as a people have a single obligation that transcends others, it is to provide our keiki with opportunity.

Youngsters with good beginnings have a better shot at success. National research and decades of work in Hawaii shows that high-quality early learning has lifelong impacts. The research shows early learning benefits not only the child but also society and reduces long-term public costs. Login for more...



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