At 50 years, India’s Mobile Creches shows that challenges around enabling early learning in various locations can be significant — and can be overcome.
What are the economic benefits behind early childhood education? Scott McCain, president of JSM Capital Corporation, explains the research and model behind his push to increase public and private investment in childhood learning.
High quality child care? A NYC report highlights the role and potential for publicly funded universal preschool programs.
Building successful early learning programs is hard. Figuring out how to do it in some of the hardest to reach corners of the globe? That’s a case for Cynthia McCaffrey, director of UNICEF’s Office of Innovation.
With 95 percent of all children living in “the majority world in developing countries” – but with only 5 percent of the early learning research coming from these locations – Aleem Walji, CEO of Aga Khan Foundation USA, is focused on bringing knowledge on what it takes to develop a child’s brain to parents, policymakers, teachers, doctors, nurses and front-line caregivers around the world.
Northwestern Professor Kirabo Jackson explains the economics of education investment. The key? Start with early learning and continue.
It might seem obvious why developing motivation matters to people directly charged with teaching or raising children. But what about society at large?
How can parents turn every day moments with their children – bath time, meal-time, even trips to the laundromat – into learning moments for their kids? Patti Miller, CEO of Too Small to Fail, explains.