Economic Inequalities In Early Childhood Education

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As a student studying early childhood education, I have learned about how there is economic inequality when it comes to education. The purpose of education is to ensure every child has the opportunity to excel in academics, socially and in life. Social economic status, such as education, income and occupation, sometimes inhibits education four education system from achieving these goals. Congress passed the “No Child Left Behind Act” in 2001 which boosted education equality and success for elementary and secondary school aged children. However, it failed to address early education (i.e. preschool). Early education is important to molding a child’s success academically and economically later in life. Today there are inequalities in early

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