Committee on Economic Development Reports Investment in Child Care and Early Education is Critical to Business and America’s Future

 

 

On June 26, 2012, the Committee on Economic Development (CED), a non-partisan business-led public policy organization, released a report “Unfinished Business: Continued Investment in Child Care and Early Education is Critical to Business and America’s Future”.

The report outlines the business case for investing in young children, calls for a national strategy to ensure that all children have access to high-quality child care and early education from birth to third grade and provides concrete examples of what CEOs can do.

CED conducts research on major economic and social issues and actively informs and engages the business community in an effort to achieve policy reform for the good of the nation. Membership is made up of some 200 senior corporate executives and university leaders who lead CED’s research and outreach efforts.

Here’s the link to download the executive summary:UnfinishedBusiness_ExecSumLO

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