A study of Tennessee pre-K teachers showed them hard-pressed to name stories with ethnic minorities in them, a Missouri professor writes.
Twenty-five of 125 low-performing Head Start providers will have their federal funding shifted to other providers, the Office of Head Start announced today.
The Education Commission of the States reports wide disparities in how kindergarten students are educated nationwide.
The Boston preschool program combined research-driven curricula with teacher coaching.
The National Association for the Education of Young Children now offers a free guide to effectively using social media.
Early-intervention services should not be left out of early-learning expansion plans, says the Council for Exceptional Children's early-childhood division.
Longtime journalist and mother of three, Julie Blair is now blogging for Education Week on the Early Years blog.
Kris Perry, the executive director of the First Five Years Fund, is the lead plaintiff in a case challenging California's same-sex marriage ban.
Rotavirus was not a leading cause of illness, which researchers linked to vaccination practices.
The Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute evaluated the program and found that it offered benefits for all children.