Ability to follow direction and work with others helps in later grades
January 2012 Archives
New rounds of RTT will focus on school districts and higher education
Education experts say improved observation tools can lead to better teaching
Top law enforcement officials urge states against funding cuts
Preschoolers are increasingly experiencing Sesame Street on digital platforms, not television.
Intervention increases possibility of attending, graduating from college
Some states forced to cut back or stop expanding programs
New study shows that young infants pay close attention to adult mouths while learning to make their own sounds.
Parents whose children were enrolled in federal Head Start programs were more likely to read to them, take them to museums, and participate in other activities to enrich their academics.
The winning states must now move toward practicing a range of ambitious policies for their early-childhood programs that serve at-risk children.