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Early childhood education: Investing in Missouri's children: Missouri Family Impact Seminars: Briefing report 2014

This briefing report for state policymakers and their aides is a companion to the annual Missouri family impact seminar presentation. The Center for Violence and Injury Prevention at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis in collaboration with the Policy Forum at the Brown School with assistance from the Policy Institute for Family Impact Seminars at UW-Madison/Extension convened the seminar. The purpose of Family impact Seminars is to provide objective, non-partisan, and solution-focused research on family issues to state-level policymakers. Seminar topics are issues of importance to Missouri children and families, and are based on legislator choice. Through presentations by experts on the annual topic and subsequent issue brief reports, legislators gain exposure to the latest evidence to help inform decision-making. The seminar presenter for 2014 is Dr. Gormley. (author abstract)
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