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PennLive Opinion: The Case for Early Childhood Intervention

In a recent opinion piece featured in PennLive, Milton Hershey School alumnus and early childhood education leader Senate Alexander shared his personal perspective on the Early Childhood Education Initiative (ECE Initiative) and the potential impact it can have on young children from disadvantaged backgrounds. 

As a leader in the early childhood education space. Alexander says he is both inspired and hopeful at the prospect of the ECE Initiative coming to fruition. With such a great need for early childhood education in Pennsylvania, the benefits of the ECE Initiative, he says, are exponential.

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