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Presented by Kati Haycock
Mackinac Policy Conference 2014
“Quality Early Childhood Education for a Thriving Michigan Economy,” hosted by WKKF

High-quality early childhood learning is essential to boosting Michigan’s local and state economies and building a pipeline for a competitive workforce. State official and advocates have championed increases in quality early learning programs and secured additional federal funding, but what more needs to be done to ensure we are adequately preparing Michigan’s children for success in school and life?

Join Michigan Radio’s Jennifer White for an in-depth conversation with Kati Haycock, one of the nation’s leading child advocates in the field of education, as they discuss the state of education in Michigan, beginning with early childhood learning, and what it will take to guarantee academic and career success for all of Michigan’s children.

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Published: May 29, 2014

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