A new white paper outlines strategies to improve pay for child-care workers, who can play an important role in children's pre-K development.


The word on the value of pre-K is getting out—to places one might not expect.


In the world of education,it doesn't get much hotter than a program combining STEM, early childhood, and arts education.


A look at what Illinois' new rules for bilingual preschools mean for two Chicago schools.


It's ironic that just when early childhood is faced with the challenge of weaving more and stronger academics into what it already does, K-12 educators are confronting the need to address issues beyond academics, such as health, fitness, and nutrition.


Two heavy-hitters are taking positions to help FFYF and the Ounce make a greater impact nationally.


In a Q&A, New America Foundation's Lisa Guernsey talks about state-level advocacy on behalf of pre-K programs, and where state budgets may be going.


A policy researcher and a mom offers some tools to help schools end the play vs. learning wars.


California budget woes mean trouble for some pre-K students. For others, transitional pre-K begins.


The California Legislature just passed a bill to move the kindergarten birthday deadline from December to September. It calls for "transitional" kindergarten for 4-year-olds who miss the deadline.


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