How Early Childhood Education Affects America's Health and Workforce
U.S. businesses are paying for Americans' poor health. This infographic shows how early interventions in childhood can mitigate the problem
Poor health among today’s and tomorrow’s adults is jeopardizing American businesses’ ability to compete in the global economy. Mounting evidence shows that the foundation for good health lies in the earliest years. Critical to this foundation is greater access to high quality early care and education—two factors that are imperative for promoting business success and a creating a culture of health across America.
This infographic outlines four ways that America’s businesses are paying for poor health, and how early interventions in childhood can mitigate the problem.