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When an investment is made in early learning programs for low income children, the world benefits.  According to The Center for High Impact Philanthropy of the University of Pennsylvania: "The primary beneficiaries are children and their parents. For example, if a low-income parent is able to secure a place for her child in a high quality daycare program, that child is likely to benefit from exposure to a wider array of learning opportunities than he or she might have at home. Enrolling her child in daycare may also open the door for the parent to take on employment or further her education in order to improve her career prospects. Those individual benefits can be substantial, and life-changing."

Additional beneficiaries are local, national governments and communities, by the decrease of poverty levels, children grow to be healthier adults, active participants in the economy and with lower delinquency rates than those resulting from lack of education

Investing in early education with  proven methodologies such as Montessori, in low-income communities has the highest economic and well-being return on investment for society and the world.

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Three of the most rigorous long-term studies found a range of returns between $4 and $9 for every dollar invested in early learning programs for low-income children.
— Harvard University Center on the Developing Child

Lynn Karoly, a senior economist at the RAND Corporation, discusses the return on philanthropic investments in the early childhood space. A video made and shared by The Center for High Impact Philanthropy of the University of Pennsylvania.


Scientific research reports the importance of investing in the early years of childhood

  • According to The Center for the Development of the Child at Harvard University, there are 90% to 100% of chances of developmental delays if the child suffers malnutrition, lack of appropriate care and learning stimuli, abuse, single parent care, parental mental illness or any kind of significant adversity.  
  • In the same study by Harvard University, there is a 3:1 chance of severe adult health issues in children that undergo significant adversity in their early years.
  • The Center for the Development of the Child places establishes a return on investment between $4 and $9 for every dollar invested in the early yeas of childhood
  • Download the research paper: Five Numbers to Remember about Early Childhood Development, by Harvard University.
  • By creating and implementing effective early childhood programs and policies, society can ensure that children have a solid foundation for a productive future. Early Childhood Program Effectiveness Research by Harvard University

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