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The Sooner, the Better: 3 Benefits of Early Childhood Education

Updated on January 1, 2018

There’s a lot of debate on whether parents should enrol their children in early childhood education programs. Surprisingly, studies have found a major correlation between these programs and continued success in the future in school, in the workplace, and in social environments.

An Easier Time with Future Education Programs

Those who get some form of early childhood education tend to have an easier time with future education programs. They are more likely to attend post-secondary courses and to exceed in academics in the future. This is because a good foundation has been set. Many researchers believe that early childhood education is able to stimulate children and help them build better study habits.


Early childhood education may also expose children to more subjects that they would otherwise be interested in. It can help children become much more curious about the world around them, and be much more interested in learning more.

Higher Future Income and More Job Advancements

The same studies have also shown that early childhood education pays for itself in the future. Children who received early childhood education are not only more likely to land higher paying jobs, but they’re also more likely to get larger promotions in the fields that they are in. Studies have shown that those who have obtained this type of education are likely to earn anywhere from $9,000 to $30,000 more each year than those who haven’t.


These children also tend to be more likely to be promoted, and normally hold higher positions in the workforce. In short, they tend to excel just a little bit more.

An Improved Society and Community

Due to the reasons above, many researchers have argued that early childhood programs benefit not only the child, but society and community as a whole. Children who were enrolled in these programs were more likely to have a job, were more likely to raise their own children, and were more likely to own a vehicle or even own a home.


They also tend to give back more to the community and society. They were more likely to volunteer in various programs, and were more likely to participate in mentor programs or to give donations back to services that they believed in.


Those who are on the fence regarding whether or not they are interested in placing their children in an early childhood education program should really consider the benefits of doing so. These programs will pay for themselves in the children’s futures. They’re a long-term investment, but definitely worth it. There are many different programs available. Speak to a representative of each program to determine what their focuses are on.


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