Did you think it would ever matter who your kindergarten teacher was? It looks like it might be more important than some would have thought. A report about Tennessee schoolchildren from the 1980s concludes that “those who were judged at the time to have had good kindergarten teachers now appear to be better off than their less-fortunate peers on a whole range of measures.” One of these measures include savings for retirement. [Consumer Reports Money]

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