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February 24, 2012

Quality Child Care, Early Learning Help Promote Social Mobility

Cities and communities implementing innovative "Dual Generational Child Care" strategies

February 23, 2012

Early Writing Skills Predict Later Academic Success, Research Says

Study finds links between preschoolers' skills and second-grade performance

February 15, 2012

Closing the Achievement Gap for Youngest Learners

Teach For America promotes early childhood education initiative

February 06, 2012

Early Childhood Experts: Play Should Top Preschool Agenda

Pressure to do work and perform in early years can damage development

February 01, 2012

Should Parents Go Underground for Affordable Prekindergarten?

Middle-class families in New York City start their own programs

September 21, 2011

New Jersey's Poorest Districts Get More Pre-K Money

Yesterday, the Education Law Center, which represents the plaintiffs in New Jersey's Abbott school funding case, announced that New Jersey has increased pre-K funds to its 31 poorest districts to comply with the preschool aid component of the state's education funding formula. The budget signed by...

August 11, 2011

N.C. Gov Orders Pre-K for All Eligible 4-Year-Olds

North Carolina Gov. Beverly Purdue issued an executive order on Wednesday requiring the state to accept all eligible 4-year-olds into its pre-kindergarten program for at-risk children. The order also calls for the program to maintain the same standards for teachers and goals for students as the prog...

July 14, 2011

New Report Recommends Pre-K as School Turnaround Strategy

Pre-K Now highlights five districdts where pre-K has been at the center of school turnaround efforts.

June 14, 2011

Hawaii Creates State Early Learning Coordinator

Longtime educator Terry Lock has been appointed to the newly created position of state early childhood coordinator in Hawaii.

June 13, 2011

Despite Gov.'s Veto, N.C. Budget Hammers Early Care and Learning

North Carolina lawmakers passed a budget that would cut 20 percent of funding for state pre-K (More at Four) and Smart Start, which serve children ages 6 and younger,

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