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Trostel’s Study Cited in BDN Opinion Column

A study by University of Maine economics professor Philip Trostel was cited in the Bangor Daily News column “10 ideas to make Maine a better place to live, work.” Trostel’s study on the fiscal payoff of investing in early childhood development in Maine was cited under the listing “Invest in quality, early childhood education.” Trostel’s research found if the state invested an additional $26,200 per child over a five-year period, the cost would be fully recovered by the time those children turn 14.

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