Docs For Tots Releases Prescription For Growing Up Healthy

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December 17, 2013 Docs for Tots releases:   “Quality Early Learning Settings Can Transform Our Nation’s Health: A Prescription For  Growing Up Healthy”.

The brief, makes clear that investments in high-quality early childhood programs are good medicine for our nation’s health. It brings a health framework to the burgeoning evidence and compelling case for investments in early childhood including the recent Strong Start For America’s Children Act.

 

 

 

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