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Are early childhood programs a good use of resources? In this series so far, we've talked about what childhood programs are, and whether they work. Now, we get to the question of whether or not they pay off.

In the next year and a half, we here at Healthcare triage are going to take some deep dives into issues of health policy, especially those that touch on social determinants of health and health equity. The episodes that do so will be a bit longer than usual. They’ll look a little different. They also come to you thanks to the support of the RWJF, which has generously supported their creation. We’re excited about this opportunity to really dig in, and we hope you will be, too.

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Resources used in the making of this episode:

RAND’s Investing Early – Taking Stock of Outcomes and Economic Returns from Early Childhood Programs:

The Community Guide’s Community Preventive Services Task Force Findings:

Impacts of Early Childhood Education on Medium- and Long-Term Educational Outcomes:


Aaron Carroll -- Writer

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John Green -- Executive Producer

Stan Muller -- Director, Producer

Mark Olsen – Graphics
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