Online preschool programs may offer additional learning — and a chance for parents, caregivers and children to connect, but challenges exist.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation study explores four key areas around early childhood: (1) Economic Well-Being, (2) Education, (3) Health and (4) Family and Community.
A new report suggests poor counting in the previous U.S. Census could negatively affect funding that supports early childhood learning and development. And things might not get better for the next one.
Where does the money go? A Center for American Progress analysis looks at early childhood program expenses, and the interactive tool estimates a state-by-state breakdown.
Some children naturally have sunny dispositions, and some children don’t. For children who seem naturally shy, fearful, or overly sensitive, these traits may impact their later academic achievement.
The Center for American Progress released its 2018 fact sheets profiling needs and costs for early learning in the United States.
Holidays can offer new opportunities to introduce fresh learning in early childhood education, and Halloween is no exception.
After the candy (OK, maybe before!), parents and caregivers may want to maintain bedtime routines and read to their children. In early learning facilities, teachers and practitioners may want to do the say. Do Halloween books have to scary?
For policymakers who seek an overall picture of early childhood education data in their state, many of them have no single “dashboard” of data to consult.