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Professor Heckman is featured in a 30-minute supporting episode called “Are We Crazy About Our Kids?” of the documentary project “The Raising of America: Early Childhood and the Future of Our Nation,” a series for PBS broadcast.
WBUR's Here & Now. High-Quality Preschool Could Prevent Chronic Diseases in Adulthood, Study Finds. March 28, 2014.
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Guest, Stossel. "Head Start has little effect by grade school?", March 7, 2013
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Denmark Isn't Magic. The Atlantic. August 2, 2016. Derek Thompson.
Illinois goes backward on early-childhood services. Chicago Magazine. July 6, 2016. Whet Moser.
Early environment can change your brain. Wisconsin Watch. July 6, 2016. Abigail Becker.
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Providing Flint's children with the services they deserve. The Hill. February 18, 2016. Sandra Waxman.
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Study questions value of Tennessee preschool program. Marketplace, American Public Media. Blake Farmer. October 7, 2015.
Tennessee preschool receives significant coverage, reaction. Education Week. October 9, 2015. Lillian Mongeau.
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Preschool might work...and it might not. National Post. October 28, 2015. Megan McArdle.
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Universal pre-k is the next great public policy crusade. Aljazeera America. September 15, 2015. Amy B. Dean.
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Is 'Sesame Street' really as good as preschool? Let's ask a Nobel Prize winner. The Washington Post. July 2, 2015. Valerie Strauss.
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Another Chance for Teens. The New York Times. May 2, 2015. David L. Kirp, Professor of Public Policy at UC Berkeley.
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Guest Opinion: Child poverty and the Schneider Children's Center. Mail Tribune. May 8, 2015. Richard P.F. Holt.
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What it would really take to run the government like a business. The Washington Post. May 11, 2015. Catherine Rampell.
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Teaching Teenagers to Develop Their Emotional Intelligence. Harvard Business Review. May 19, 2015. Marc Brackett, Diana Divecha and Robin Stern.
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Nobel Prize-winning economist: Preschool works, but poorest kids benefit most. The Seattle Times. April 22, 2015. Leah Todd.
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Amid Plenty for Some, Wage Inequality Worsens and Kids Suffer. The Sacramento Bee. March 21, 2015. Ann O'Leary.
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Not All the Chicago Crime News Last Year Was Bad. Chicago Magazine. January 5, 2015. Whet Moser.
Standardized Tests Are Weakening Our Democracy. The Nation. January 6, 2015. Richard D. Kahlenberg.
Canada is 17th in Children's Health. We Can Do Much Better. The Globe and Mail. January 7, 2015. Nicole Letourneau.
Child-Friendly Agenda in Legislature Should Appeal to Both Parties, and Has in the Past. The Charleston Gazette. January 11, 2015. Rick Wilson.
'Parents These Days' Are Judged Too Harshly. The Conversation. January 12, 2015. John Pickering.
The Costs of Stinginess in Medicaid. The New York Times. January 13, 2015. Eduardo Porter.
California Should Put Families, Early Childhood Education First. The Sacramento Bee. January 14, 2015. Gregory Bourne.
Canada Lags in Providing the Right Environment for Healthy Child Development, Says Study. International Business Times. January 15, 2015. Kalyan Kumar.
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Goldman Sachs Invests in Government and Expects to be Paid Back. National Journal. January 20, 2015. Fawn Johnson.
Demonstrating Success: The Head Start Model at Work. The Hill. January 26, 2015. Yasmina Vinci.
Wall Street Finds Social Impact Bonds to be Attractive Investment Options. The Nonprofit Quarterly. January 26, 2015. Rick Cohen.
Should GED Lead to a Diploma? District Considers Changing Policy to Help Outcomes. The Washington Post. January 31, 2015. Michael Alison Chandler.
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The Universal Pre-K Debate is Already Too Narrow. National Journal. December 10, 2014. Fawn Johnson.
President Obama to Announce $1 Billion in Funding for Preschool. Christian Science Monitor. December 10, 2014. Amanda Paulson.
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Illinois Awarded $80 Million in Federal Funding for Early Childhood Education. CBS Chicago. December 10, 2014. Mike Krauser.
When It Comes to Early Learning, Preschool Isn't Enough. The Atlantic. December 11, 2014. Fawn Johnson.
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Obama Says Preschool an Economic Investment. EdSource. December 15, 2014. Louis Freedberg.
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Nicholas Kristof on What 'Whites Just Don't Get' About Racial Inequality. The Washington Post. November 20, 2014. Emily Badger.
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We Have No Idea If Universal Preschool Actually Helps Kids. The Washington Post. October 21, 2014. By David Armor.
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Strong Parent-Engagement Plans Will Give States Edge in Newest Pre-K Competition. Education Week. September 10, 2014. By Lauren Camera.
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Investing in Young Children Makes Good Business Sense. The Guardian. August 1, 2014. By Michael Feigelson.
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All Policy is Local: The GOP's New Take on Pre-K. Politico. August 22, 2014. By Maggie Severns.
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Plan to Revamp Preschools Hits Congress, But Price Tag is Big. The Christian Science Monitor. November 13, 2013. By Amanda Paulson.
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Universal Pre-K Won't Solve Vocabulary Gap (Or Inequality). Time Magazine. October 25, 2013. By Kay Hymowitz.
The Preschool Payoff. U.S. News and World Report. October 24, 2013. By Kimberly Palmer.
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Opinion: Children Need Good Start in Life. Politico. October 22, 2013. By Denny Rehberg.
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The Evolution in Public Policy Surrounding Child Care. The Globe and Mail. October 20, 2013. By Erin Anderssen.
Improving Children's Life Chances: Estimates from the Social Genome Model. The Brookings Institution. October 11, 2013. By Kerry Searle Grannis and Isabel V. Sawhill.
GED Faces New Rivals for High School Dropouts. Bloomberg BusinessWeek. October 10, 2013. By Caroline Winter.
Community School Collaborations--A Lifeline for Early Learning Program Success. Huffington Post. October 7, 2013. By Martin Blank.
Forget Delayed Gratification: What Kids Really Need is Cognitive Control. Time Magazine. October 7, 2013. By Daniel Goleman.
Hillary Clinton Pushes for Early Education in Campaign. Huffington Post. October 3, 2013. By Joy Resmovits.
The Push for Universal Pre-K. The New York Times. September 30, 2013. By Nancy Folbre.
GED Test Fails Students, Critics Say. The Chicago Tribune. September 30, 2013. By Duaa Eldeib.
A Creativity-Focused Agenda for Early Childhood Education Policymaking. The Huffington Post. September 26, 2013. By Michael Nobleza.
Business Community Urging Action on Pre-K Plan. Politico. September 24, 2013. By Caitlin Emma.
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Will Technology Save Public Education? Huffington Post. September 23, 2013. By Jim Taylor.
Investing in Early Childhood Now, for a Payoff Later. September 22, 2013. The New York Times. By Kendra Hurley & Ronnie S. Stangler.
The Elephant in the (Class)room. U.S. News & World Report. September 19, 2013. By Marcelo Suarez-Orozco.
Early Childhood Education is a Winner for Policymakers. U.S. News and World Report. September 16, 2013. By Nina Rees.
Lifelines for Poor Children. The New York Times. September 14, 2013. By James J. Heckman.
The Great Stagnation of American Education. The New York Times. September 7, 2013. By Robert J. Gordon.
American Schools Are Failing Nonconformist Kids. Here's How. New Republic. September 2, 2013. By Elizabeth Weil.
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Does Obama's Early Education Proposal Have a Chance? Huffington Post. July 11, 2013. By David Kirp.
Ready for School? Huffington Post. July 19, 2013. By Marian Wright Edelman, President of the Children's Defense Fund.
A Seven-fold Return: Investing in Early Childhood Education. Huffington Post. June 19, 2013. By Michael Seo.
Investments in Education May Be Misdirected. New York Times. April 2, 2013. By Eduardo Porter.
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David Warsh: Whither early-childhood education? Providence Journal. February 18, 2013.
Worlds away from universal preschool. The Kansas City Star. February 16, 2013. By Joe Robertson
How preschool benefits children and North Carolina. Newsobserver. February 16, 2013. By Fannie Flono
Where's the Beef? Obama's Valentine to Early Education. Huffington Post. February 15, 2013. By Roberta Michnick Golinkoff and Kathy Hirsh-Pasek
Brain studies fuel push for early education. Yakima Herald. February 15, 2013. By Lyndsey Layton and Susan Surluga, The Washington Post
White House Details Preschool Education for Poor Kids. Atlanta Black Star. February 15, 2013. By Nick Chiles
Fixing economic inequality from the bottom up. MarketWatch. February 15, 2013. By Rex Nutting
When Families Fail. The New York Times. February 14, 2013. By David Brooks
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Can Universal Preschool Solve All Our Problems? National Journal. February 14, 2013. By Brian Resnik
Is preschool really a better investment than buying stock? The Week. February 14, 2013. By Harold Mass
Expanding preschool is a no-brainer. Salon. February 14, 2013. By Joan Walsh
President Obama campaigns for early childhood education. Examiner.com. February 14, 2013. By Elena Hart-Cohen
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President Obama: They deserve a vote. National Catholic Reporter, February 14, 2013. By Morna Murray
Long-term benefits of early ed are real. Star Tribune. February 14, 2013. By Art Rolnick and Rob Grunewald
In Alabama, a Model for Obama's Push to Expand Preschool. The New York Times. February 14, 2013. By Motoko Rich
Do early childhood programs for poor kids work? MinnPost (Community Sketchbook). February 14, 2013. By Cynthia Boyd
Universal pre-school not the solution: Column. USA Today. February 14, 2013. By Kay Hymowitz
Nothing New Under the Wingnut Sun: A Coming Preschool Backlash? The Nation (Rick Perlstein blog). February 14, 2013. By Rick Perlstein
Can Obama Sell Universal Preschool to the GOP? The Atlantic Wire. February 14, 2013. By Elspeth Reeve
Pre-School Is Where Upward Mobility Begins. The Huffington Post. February 14, 2013. By Madeleine M. Kunin, First Female Governor of Vermont
Wonkbook: The real State of the Union question: Can any of it pass Congress? The Washington Post (Wonkblog). February 14, 2013. By Ezra Klein and Evan Soltas
A Closer Look at Obama's Universal Pre-K Proposal. Powerline. February 14, 2013. By Paul Mirengoff
Obama's pre-K plan. The Washington Post. February 14, 2013. By Dylan Matthews
Plans to Expand Preschool Unveiled. The Wall Street Journal. February 14, 2013. By Stephanie Banchero
Does subsidised pre-school pay off? The Economist (Democracy in America). February 13, 2013. By W. W. Houston
The Complexities of Obama's Universal Pre-Kindergarten Plan. The New Republic. February 13, 2013. By Jonathan Cohn
Why the Most Significant Crime, Health, and Economic Policy Proposal in the State of the Union Was an Educational Policy. Chicago Magazine (The 312 blog). February 13, 2013. By Whet Moser
Can We Really Give Everyone Access to High Quality Preschool? The Daily Beast. February 13, 2013. By Megan McArdle
Hey Congress: Pre-K is a better investment than the stock market. The Washington Post (Wonkblog). February 13, 2013. By Dylan Matthews
6 Game-Changing Ideas in the State of the Union. Think Progress. February 13, 2013. By Igor Volsky
Should We Have Universal Pre-K Like Obama Is Proposing? Forbes (Modeled Behavior blog). February 12, 2013. By Adam Ozimek
Obama proposes universal pre-school. The Washington Post (Post Politics blog). February 12, 2013. By Lyndsey Layton