Economist says Arizona state preschool could pay for itself

An Arizona preschool program for 3- and 4-year-olds in low-income families could pay for itself in 16 years, according to a new report from economist Robert Lynch. The state would save in reduced special education costs and also via greater tax revenue, as preschool alum go on to earn higher salaries.

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