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July 24, 2013

Family Mealtimes Don't Predict Success in School, Study States

Routinely breaking bread as a family fails to predict academic success and good behavior in school, a study states.

July 23, 2013

Early-Childhood Education, Intervention Are Focus of New Report

The Institute for Education Sciences boils down the results of dozens of studies into a document that spells out what has been learned.

June 24, 2013

Preschool Attendance Up in Latest Index of Child Well-Being

The Annie E. Casey Foundation's Kids Count reports notes preschool enrollment as a bright spot, though childhood poverty is a continuing problem.

May 20, 2013

Cutting and Coloring Key to Future Abstract Reasoning Skills

Mastering these foundational skills may be critical to later academic achievement, according to researchers.

May 14, 2013

Analysis: Youngest ELLs Benefit From Dual-Language Programs

Children in preschool programs that regularly expose them to English and their home language learn better oral and literacy skills, according ton an analysis funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

April 29, 2013

Report: States Spending Less Per Pupil on Pre-K

A National Institute for Early Education Research report released today says that recent state funding increases for preschool aren't enough to pull states out of a 10-year-long slide.

April 24, 2013

HHS Bureau Hosts Webinar Today on Early Intervention and Autism

The hour-long event, which will be archived, features initiatives in Maine and Massachusetts.

April 05, 2013

Providence, R.I., Wins $5 Million to Improve Early Literacy

Providence, R.I., is implementing a $5 million plan to measure the ways in which families and caregivers talk to poor children, in hopes of improving literacy.

April 03, 2013

Report: State Kindergarten Policies Show Inequities

The Education Commission of the States reports wide disparities in how kindergarten students are educated nationwide.

March 06, 2013

Two Preschool Curricula Have No Discernible Effects, Review Says

The federal What Works Clearinghouse examined the fourth edition of The Creative Curriculum and a program developed in North Carolina called Bright Beginnings.

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