Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel plans to borrow $17 million in "social impact bonds" to expand his city's public preschool program.


If you're a public school teacher in this country, chances are good that you're also a white woman. At the preschool level, the picture is slightly different.


The quick expansion of preschool in New York City could worsen existing inequalities, according to a report from UC Berkeley.


A study from the University of Washington shows how toddlers respond to cues from adults to determine if a particular action would draw anger.


The president has added a concrete, and ambitious, enrollment goal to his Preschool for All initiative.


State and federal policy should encourage the teaching of skills like self-regulation, planning, and the ability to collaborate with peers, the New America Foundation reports.


Private donations could save a Republican mayor's plan to expand public preschool, if only he can get the Democrats on the city council to agree to raise public funding.


Lillian Mongeau joins the Education Week blogging team to keep readers up to date on news and policy developments for the nation's youngest learners.


If we don't make policy changes soon, according to a new report, America runs the risk of losing its fastest growing resource: students who speak two languages.


New data out of Oregon's Multnomah County show that minority babies born there face significantly higher health risks than their white peers.


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