President Barack Obama took the opportunity during a forum with business leaders in Costa Rica to reiterate his views of early education as a wise investment.
Child-care workers in Georgia must now submit to national fingerprint and background checks under a measure signed into law by Gov. Nathan Deal.
Local business leaders in a nationwide survey say they're taking steps to improve early-childhood education.
San Antonio's Pre-K 4 SA program gets some on-the-ground attention from the Obama administration.
A National Institute for Early Education Research report released today says that recent state funding increases for preschool aren't enough to pull states out of a 10-year-long slide.
Holding back preschoolers prior to kindergarten, known as "redshirting," is prevalent in wealthier communities, but not necessary, new research shows.
The state attorney general says the Hawaii governor's proposed preschool plan requires a constitutional amendment to allow state money would go to private preschools.
Play can, and should, be used as an assessment says the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
The hour-long event, which will be archived, features initiatives in Maine and Massachusetts.
While Americans debate how to train preschool teachers, the English set up university tracks specifically for early childhood educators.