A new program in France aims to close the achievement gap by sending underprivileged toddlers to school as early as possible. Will it work?
Lots of attention from qualified caregivers, purposeful play, and strong relationships with families define this model program for 2-year-olds
Home-based care for infants and toddlers isn’t babysitting—it’s hard work.
White children routinely get diagnosed much earlier than black and Latino ones. And with earlier diagnoses comes earlier support.
With few government supports and an insufficient and expensive private system, finding care for young children in the U.S. is a massive headache for new parents.
A survey of all 50 states shows that most fall behind when enforcing standards of care. Can better regulation help?
Toddlers are still considered the sole responsibility of their parents, but should society be helping with their care and education?
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Jumping, complete sentences, an intimate knowledge of trucks and other miracles parents can expect from the ‘terrible twos’
Education law can help