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July 20, 2012

Southwest Florida Gains Rating System for Early Learning, Child Care

Early Learning Coalition creates system to cover area providers.

July 13, 2012

Can a Test Capture 'College and Career Readiness' in Early Grades?

ACT, Inc. is about to roll out a new series of assessments designed to measure whether children as young as 3rd grade are 'on track' to succeed in college and the workplace.

June 15, 2012

Obesity Can Impact Students' Academic Performance, Study Says

Researcher finds that being overweight results in poorer math performance in lower grades

April 26, 2012

Report: Improve Workforce Quality by Aligning Pre-k, Child Care

Researchers call for universal standards and professional development

April 04, 2012

Survey Says Setting Rigorous Pre-K Expectations Not Beneficial

Complete results from survey of Pre-K personnel to be released in April at Nashville summit on school readiness.

March 27, 2012

Finding the Beat Helps Students Learn Fractions, Study Says

Program uses drumming, chanting and music notation to teach the concept

March 13, 2012

Colorado Moving Ahead on Early-Literacy Bill

Students Who Don't Meet Reading Benchmarks Could be Retained

March 09, 2012

Is Early-Childhood Education Worth Spending Public Money?

Connecticut officials wants evidence that preschool helps kids

March 06, 2012

Mandatory Retention for Underperforming 3rd Graders?

Some states pushing retention to improve early literacy while others consider intervention

March 01, 2012

How Young Is Too Young to Be Identified as Gifted and Talented?

Maryland adopts regulations lowering age to prekindergarten

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