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?
Jumping, complete sentences, an intimate knowledge of trucks and other miracles parents can expect from the ‘terrible twos’
Education law can help
Reading and math instruction doesn’t depend on whether teachers are confident in those subjects but that’s not true for science
But experts question if computer-based programs help or hinder learning for young children
Parental involvement and pre-K programs haven’t made a dent in the early childhood achievement gap
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Head Start may not boost school test scores, but researchers find long-term, multigenerational benefits
After a widely publicized 2015 study found inadequate quality in Tennessee preschools, Vanderbilt researcher Dale Farran decided to “do something about it”