World Class Human Capital
Greater Boston creates an entirely new, powerful and cost-effective model of human development by aligning health and education in early intervention strategies and public education campaigns, which employ public/private partnerships. With gradually improving health outcomes for all ages, the Commonwealth begins to redirect resources in a virtuous cycle of upstream health promotion and child development, early education, teacher training, K-12 educational excellence, after school enrichment, adult basic education, workforce training and higher education. Meanwhile, health costs in competitor states continue to soar, eclipsing resources for all other sectors. The Commonwealth’s breakthrough upstream approach to health and education eliminates historic disparities, garnering international recognition and replication. With its highly educated, healthy and flexible workforce, the region attracts a constant stream of research initiatives and new industries.
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