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February 08, 2012

Researchers to Examine Language Comprehension in Toddlers

The multi-site project will follow babies in the U.S., Canada and Switzerland over five years and aims to make a connection between early language comprehension to literacy and school readiness.

February 03, 2012

Study: Hugs, Encouragement Help Kids' Brains Grow

Researchers says nurturing in the early years pays off in development

January 31, 2012

Study: Kindergartners' Attentiveness Key to Later Success

Ability to follow direction and work with others helps in later grades

January 27, 2012

Effective Teacher Observation Requires More Than a Drop-In

Education experts say improved observation tools can lead to better teaching

January 25, 2012

Early Education a Crime-Fighting Weapon?

Top law enforcement officials urge states against funding cuts

January 23, 2012

Study: Early Education for Poor Students Carries Long-Term Benefits

Intervention increases possibility of attending, graduating from college

January 18, 2012

Babies Read Lips While Learning to Speak, Researchers Find

New study shows that young infants pay close attention to adult mouths while learning to make their own sounds.

January 05, 2012

Children in Head Start Have More Involved Parents, Study Finds

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.

November 14, 2011

Study Challenges Received Wisdom in Early-Childhood Debates

A study released this month by the National Bureau of Economics Research challenges two key ideas in the current policy discussions around early childhood education.

November 11, 2011

New Report: Pre-K + Half Day K = Reading Success

Children who attended pre-K, plus half-day kindergarten were more likely to read at high levels than those who attended only full-day kindergarten, says a report from the National School Boards Association's Center for Public Education Children.

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