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Aligning and Investing in Infant and Toddler Programs

New research from the Center for American Progress explores how shifting economic and social trends are affecting infants and toddlers and makes the case for increasing investments in this age group.

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Leading Pre-K-3 Learning Communities

 

NAESP has released a new report: Leading Pre-K-3 Learning Communities Competencies for Effective Principal Practice. A Guide To Support
the Essential Role of Principals in Creating Quality Learning Systems.

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Initiatives from Preschool to Third Grade

 

From the Education Commission of the States, this Early Learning Primer serves as a reference guide for policymakers and their staffs on the most commonly requested topics from preschool to third grade. The brief is organized in response to the two types of questions policymakers most commonly ask ECS about P-3 approaches.

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How Much Could We Improve Children’s Life Chances by Intervening Early and Often?

This paper by the Center on Children and Families at Brookings finds existing evidence-based programs can provide opportunity-enhancing supports at every life stage, and this need not cost more than what we are spending now, at least as measured over a child's life cycle. 

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Infant, Toddler, and Early Childhood Mental Health Competencies: A Comparison of Systems

This report by the ZERO TO THREE Policy Center and Erikson Institute examines how different state working groups have articulated the knowledge and skills that providers of mental health services should have and how these competencies are being used.

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Early Childhood Program Enrollment

From the Child Trends Data Bank: The proportion of 3- to 6-year-old children (not yet in kindergarten) who attended center-based early childhood care and education programs increased from 55 to 61 percent between 2007 and 2012. Gains were particularly high for Hispanic children.

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2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book: Casey Foundation

The KIDS COUNT Data Book is an annual publication that assesses child well-being nationally and across the 50 states, as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

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How Dual-Generation Programs Offer Increased Opportunities for America’s Families

This report is the second in a series of FCD Disparities Among America’s Children reports. It offers the first-ever analysis of economic, education, and health indicators for children whose mothers have not graduated from high school, compared to children whose mothers have higher levels of education.

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Beyond Subprime Learning: Accelerating Progress in Early Education

This report calls for policies that are aimed at improving the quality of interactions between teachers and children, and calls for upgrades to federal laws and outlines many new paths for state leaders who are working to build more robust PreK-12 systems throughout their states.

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Strengths of Latina Mothers in Supporting Education

This brief, based on interviews with Latina immigrant mothers, explores how Latina mothers supported their children's learning and development during the preschool years, and how culture shaped that involvement.

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