Solution Series: Why Business Should Support Early Childhood Education: Building a Workforce Pipeline for the 21st Century
“If we don’t look at this seriously and think about early childhood education as our moon mission for the next 10 years, then we miss the opportunity to build a workforce to keep us competitive for decades to come.” Larry Jensen, President and CEO of Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Adviser
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A growing number of businesses worldwide recognize that early childhood education is critical to their long-term success. Societal and business imperatives – equity, economic well-being, conflict resolution, health and environment – depend on opportunities for everyone to have a sustainable, living wage job. Education and development in the first five years of a child’s life are the key to healthy cognitive functioning in later life, and to a productive, well-trained workforce.
Our upcoming Solution Series, Why Business Should Support Early Childhood Education: Building a Workforce Pipeline for the 21st Century, will explore this important topic with a panel of distinguished thought leaders including:
- Caitlin A. Codella, Director, Policy Center for Education and Workforce, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
- Michael M. Weinstein, Economist, Executive Director, Impact Matters
- Katharine B. Stevens, Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute