Not long ago, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof posed the question of whether the country and its leaders are insufficiently attentive to the needs of those ‘too small to fail’—in this case, our nation’s children—an important counterpoint to the discussion of institutions considered ‘too big to fail’. Although debates on inequality are frequently defined by discussion of tax rates, access to education, and minimum fair and living wages, we overlook one of the most obvious and potent levers at our disposal: investment in childhood development and early intervention.
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Read our July issue of Narrowing The Gap focused on Religious Minorities here.