We know between birth and age eight a child’s brain develops at a remarkable pace. Did you know that investing in a child’s first 3,000 days can profoundly impact their growth and development?
Children enrolled in Georgia’s Pre-K program show significant growth in language and literacy, math and social-emotional skills.
Since 1992, 1.6 million children have benefitted from Georgia’s Pre-K program.
Every dollar spent on early childcare returns up to $8.60 in societal benefits.
The average cost of center-based child care in Georgia is more than the average cost of in-state college tuition.