Early childhood education can prevent violence later in life
Our youth are our future — and the more we can invest in their education and character building at an early age, the more likely they are to succeed. Early childhood education is critical for the formation of good school habits, learning habits, and the ability to thrive in a school environment.
Parents and teachers play an important role in establishing how best to help each child learn, as well as providing them with creative tools to help them cope with trauma and the ups and downs of life.
If we are committed to preparing our children to be productive members of society, we must include character building in the curriculum, teaching students from a young age how to be good people and treat others the way they want to be treated. In this way, early childhood education can influence future behavior and help to prevent violence later in life.