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April 25, 2014

Early-Childhood Programs in Newark, N.J., Get $1 Million Boost

The money will be used to promote professional development among early-learning staff and promoting day care center improvements.

March 04, 2014

In-Office Play Group Offers Doctors Perspective on Patients

An Olympia, Wash., medical facility partners with a nonprofit to offer an on-site play group aimed at giving medical residents a better understanding of baby and toddler behavior.

January 13, 2014

Commission: Early Childhood Investment Key to Healthier America

The Commission to Build a Healthier America, which first released recommendations in 2009, has come together again to expand on some of its ideas related to high-quality early childhood services.

November 14, 2013

Head Start Donor Flamed by Ravitch Gives $100K to Fact-Checking Group

John Arnold responds to harsh criticism from education historian Diane Ravitch and others by donating to Factcheck.org.

October 07, 2013

Philanthropists Lend $10M to Reopen Shuttered Head Start Centers

John and Laura Arnold, who manage a multi-billion dollar philanthropy in Houston, are lending money to the centers at no interest to assure the centers stay open despite the federal government shutdown.

August 27, 2013

Family Engagement Focus of $5 million Kellogg Foundation Investment

Organizations can potentially be funded for up to $500,000 for successful efforts that address obstacles faced by low-income families.

August 19, 2013

Preschool Funding, and How to Get It

Houston and the Granite district in Utah will be two to watch when considering unique ways to pay for early-childhood education.

July 02, 2013

Website Collates 1.4 Million Nonprofits Here to Help

With health and human services being cut, greatnonprofits.org helps connects the needy with those who can help.

April 15, 2013

Birth to Five Policy Alliance Changes Name to Reflect Expanded Focus

The Alliance for Early Success plans a focus from birth to age 8, says its executive director.

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