Daily Montanan: Teacher residency program, literacy intervention, advancing

Caitlin Jensen, with Zero to Five Montana, said the bill is an investment.

Jensen said U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation data show for every $1 invested in early childhood education, $16 is returned in the form of lower special needs, higher grade level retention, improved health, lower incarceration rates, and future employment opportunities and outcomes.

“This bill will have tremendous positive impact on addressing critical early learning gaps in our state,” Jensen said.

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