Participation in early childhood education programs reduces high school drop outThat's right, up to a $7 return for every $1 "invested." With such a high rate of return for the fetching, why do these folks need to force participation in their "investment" scheme? You would think that money would be flooding into schools by choice, and not by vote.
rates, special education placements etc., with up to $7 return on each dollar
invested in preschool.
Of course, the folks involved in The Coalition (500 of Ohio's 600+ school districts) speak in terms of societal costs and benefits when they are really talking about bigger salaries and bigger budgets.
If you think Madoff ran a Ponzi scheme, just let these foxes in the Ohio egg house for day or two. You'll see a pyramid of billions spent, but not a penny in return.