Johnson, K. J. (n.d.). Affordable early education and care programs benefits everyone
Dochen, S. (n.d.). Investing in early childhood education is a sound business decision
Gonzalez, J. R. (n.d.). Investing in our youngest texans makes financial cents.
Calaway, J. D. (n.d.). School success begins with early childhood education.
Early childhood education is obviously very important to society. As stated in the article “School Success Begins with Early Childhood Education” , “Quality early care and education programs play a positive role in a child’s development and in ensuring that children are prepared to enter school.” Early childhood education is a prominent time in a child’s life. We have to remember that, as said in this article, parents will always be the primary and most important teacher in a child’s life. Taking that into consideration, we must always involve the parent in the schooling of their children. As stated in the article “Investing in Our Youngest Texans Makes Financial Cents”, pre-kindergarten is an essential part of a young persons life. Not only that, but investing in an education in a child will ultimately help them and our state in the future. As stated in the above article, “This investment will return billions of dollars back to the Texas economy over the next 30 years while creating a diverse, highly skilled, and educated workforce.” The first three years of life is when most of the core brain structure is formed, yet no formal educating is being done then. We should definitely invest in more education for the first five years of life. A study shows communities that invest in education significantly increase their chance for economic growth. Here is a quote from