Randomized intervention in Jamaica finds economic benefits

The World Bank has released a report detailing the effects of a psychosocial intervention for toddlers in Jamaica on personal earnings 20 years later.  The intervention involved weekly one-hour visits over a two-year period for stunted Jamaican toddlers living in poverty. Twenty years later, young adults who had received the intervention as toddlers had 42 […]

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