Pritzker Consortium on Early Childhood Development

Recognizing the critically important role the first five years of life play in determining human potential, the Pritzker Consortium on Early Childhood Development brings together the world’s leading experts to identify when and how child intervention programs can be most influential. To develop its groundbreaking research, the Consortium assembles and rigorously compares data from numerous studies conducted by experts across the globe. It then leverages the data to provide policymakers, non-profits, and the business community with more comprehensive and accurate research on the value of public investment in early childhood programs. Through this work, the business community is likely to gain new insight into the economic benefit and fiscal responsibility of supporting programs designed to help children five years old and under.  They are an affiliate of the Harris School of Public Policy and the Children’s Initiative.

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