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Money Makes A Difference, Even In Kindergarten

The most important time for parents to make money may be during their child’s early years, according to a new academic paper.

An article in the journal The Future of Children, published by Princeton University and the Brookings Institution, suggests that income may have the biggest impact on a child’s development during their first years, although researchers need more evidence. The paper says impoverished children often face disadvantages that may hamper success, but programs that provide families with additional income during a child’s early years could help break the cycle.

 

Money Makes A Difference, Even In Kindergarten.

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