A new report ranks the best and worst states for babies based on how those children fare in terms of health, strong families and opportunities for early learning.
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March 01, 2019
February 11, 2019
A new report by the Committee for Economic Development finds that in addition to allowing parents to work, child care itself has a big economic footprint.
January 23, 2019
A new study finds that the majority of city pre-K programs in the nation's 40 largest cities fall short on a research organization's yardsticks, and 40 percent fail to reach more than 30 percent of the 4-year-old population.
January 22, 2019
A new study finds that several factors that can be measured through surveys of teachers, staff members, and parents reliably predict the effectiveness of an early-childhood education.
December 21, 2018
The Bipartisan Policy Center's state-by-state analysis of the administration of federal early-childhood education programs found inefficiencies and recommended that governors call in outside experts for help.
April 24, 2018
A new study has found that elementary teachers are effective at helping students significantly reduce mental health problems such as anxiety and attention disorders.
March 06, 2018
A survey puts to the test a long-held assumption that universal preschool is more popular across the income spectrum than preschool aimed at low-income families.
March 02, 2018
The Center for American Progress has released a new report and an interactive, online tool that allows users to see how tuition for early-childhood education programs is spent throughout the country.
February 05, 2018
A new study of the Chicago Child-Parent Centers showed that chidren who attended from preschool through 3rd grade had higher rates of college completion than peers who attended for fewer years.
October 27, 2017
A team of international researchers working in China found that young children who were praised for being smart were more likely to cheat.