Early Childhood Education and Academic Success

It’s every parent’s desire for their child to have a happy, healthy, successful life. But this doesn’t stop with a desire for our children to have a good life; it’s our job as parents to set our children up for future success. One of those ways is through early education to launch them into academic achievement.

Our society highly values knowledge and academic success. Generally speaking, those who receive a higher level of education go on to live happier, more successful lives. Academic success puts meaningful careers within reach, and higher salaries provide a better standard of living for them and their family.

If you’re looking for a way to jumpstart your child’s learning for a better future, keep reading!

A study from readynation.org revealed that “children enrolled in high-quality early childhood programs are 80% more likely to attend college and earn 33% higher salaries.”

Even infants can benefit from daycare! FPG Child Development Institute at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that infants enrolled in high-quality childcare were four times more likely to earn a college degree. Infants enrolled in daycare also reap the benefits of years of early learning, putting them ahead of those not enrolled in daycare.

Daycare gives children the structure they need to thrive. This structure helps them learn valuable skills that will help them succeed in schools and foundational academics like the alphabet, numbers, problem-solving, sequencing, patterns, books, music, art, and so much more.

Bright Start Louisville offers exceptional childcare to children six weeks to 12 years old. We’re proud to offer a fun and educational preschool program that prepares your child for kindergarten per state educational standards.

If you’re looking for excellent childcare that gives your child a head start in life, contact Bright Start Louisville today!

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