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Key Takeaways:


  • Children demonstrate a clear readiness to  engage in STEM learning early in life. And research from several disciplines is converging to show the importance of a new national commitment to early learning generally.  


  • Brain and skills-building experiences early in life are  critical for child development, and high-quality early STEM  experiences can support children’s growth across areas as diverse as executive function and literacy development.  


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