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September 27, 2012

Research Shows Youngest Kids Learn by Thinking Like Scientists

Experiments show that preschoolers learn by testing data and hypotheses during everyday play

September 21, 2012

Report: School Districts Lack Critical Data on Early Education

Researchers say that lack of information can lead to poor choices for funding and meeting students' needs

September 20, 2012

Guide Highlights Effective Social-Emotional Programs for PreK, Beyond

The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning rated programs based on whether they provide opportunities for students to practice their social and emotional skills, the contexts in which those skills are promoted and reinforced, and whether there is evidence of the programs' effectiveness.

September 12, 2012

Hearing and Vision Problems Can Impact Early Learning

National Institutes of Health says that early testing can help correct problems

September 04, 2012

Funding Cuts Threaten Georgia's Standing as Early-Education Leader

Nonpartisan budget group says providing more access is key to maintaining program.

September 04, 2012

Can Extreme Shyness Impact a Preschooler's Readiness for Kindergarten?

A new study shows that introverted children make fewer academic gains in preschool.

August 31, 2012

Report Details Rising Costs of Child Care Across the Nation

Child Care Aware of America calls on Congress to provide more funding and take steps to improve quality of care

August 23, 2012

Report: Preschool Investments Critical for Global Competitiveness

Center for American Progress calls for national summit of state leaders to promote better education outcomes.

August 23, 2012

Home Visits Help New Families; Support School Readiness

The Pew Center on the States is urging states to invest in home visiting programs proven to deliver outcomes for disadvantaged kids such as school readiness and increased academic achievement.

August 21, 2012

Study: Surgery Before Age 3 Could Lead to Language Disabilities Later

Researchers say early exposure to anesthesia increases risk for negative effects on brain development in children.

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