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.
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.
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.
You have the right foundations for a successful early learning program. Now what? These 3 catalysts can help energize the program.
“There are lots of common misconceptions about how young children engage in STEM learning.” What are they? Read on…
Whether it’s baby talk, singing while changing a diaper, describing the food during meal time, or just plain chatter, parents and caregivers who talk to their infants can make a real difference for their children.
New research provides excellent recommendations for delivering key knowledge to new parents “with direct implications for programs, policy, and practice.”
Parenting is hard. First time parents have it even harder, given that these parents have never done it before. New research shows that helping first-time parents better understand parenting skills translate into improved outcomes for children and society.
In the roundup: Asking toddlers questions while reading helps with their development; new early learning case studies for superintendents; and in Tennessee, an education group encourages gubernatorial hopefuls to boost early childhood learning