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CCAA’s Arthur Discusses Economic Impact of Early Childhood Education

Last summer, the Alabama Partnership for Children commissioned M. Keivan Deravi, Ph.D. and Professor of Economics at Auburn University at Montgomery, to determine the economic impact of the early care and education industry on the economy of the state of Alabama.

Findings from the report and the implications for the state are being detailed in a series of informational videos.

Jeremy Arthur, president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama discusses the economic impact early care and education has on Alabama. To read the full report and learn more click here.

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