No data, no problem, no action

The Hamilton Spectator | June 18, 2020

Excerpt: "In the past decades, advocating for better data on early child development has also been strengthened by the argument that it is more costly not to know than it is to collect such data. I think time has come to say that it is too costly for us as a society not to know how children of various race and ethnicity are doing. Unless we have the data, and can identify the problem, there will be no action. And there will be no change."

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