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Equity in early education: An economic interpretation. Clive Belfield Queens College, City University of New York belfield@qc.edu. Investing in early education.

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equity in early education an economic interpretation

Equity in early education:An economic interpretation

Clive Belfield

Queens College,

City University of New York

belfield@qc.edu

investing in early education
Investing in early education
  • The ‘multiplier’: Spending on roads generates further spending by construction workers, generates further spending by donut suppliers…
  • Argument is strongest when each spender:
    • Spends quickly
    • Spends it all
    • Spends on local goods
  • Each applies to ECE: start-up now at low-scale, low-paid workers, local workers
intergenerational inequity
Intergenerational inequity

Percent below the federal poverty line:

Children under 5 21%

Families: children under 6 19%

with at least one worker 14%

with two workers 4%

Aged over 65 10%

the cost of equity
The cost of equity

Annual cost of Kagan’s 13 recommendations ~= $7 billion

Context:

CCDB grant = $4 billion

State ECE spending = $4 billion

Head Start spending = $7 billion

chump change
Chump change

Federal Medicare

spending $701 billion

Dept. of Defense $480 billion

GWOT $140 billion

Dept. Homeland Security $43 billion