Early education and the success sequence
June 15, 2018 | Nat Malkus | Originally published on AEI
According to some researchers, people are much less likely to live in poverty when they follow a certain path in life. Called the “success sequence,” it recommends that individuals get married before having children, get a job before getting married, and finish their education before getting a job. Yet Ian Rowe, the CEO of the Public Prep Network of charter schools, sees that the children who would benefit the most from the success sequence are the least likely to hear about it. He discusses his work at Public Prep with AEI’s Nat Malkus.