A team of special education researchers has concluded, in a report sponsored by Memorial University, that participation in quality early childhood education programs significantly prevents special education placement and lowers the intensity of supports needed later in a student’s education years.

Educators, parents, policy-makers and governments could benefit from these findings and consider the impact of prioritizing quality early childhood education in redirecting the trajectory of young children’s lives.

New Research Study Shows Quality Early Childhood Education Reduces Need for Special Education Later On

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