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The Administration for Native Americans is embarking on its 40th anniversary of providing resources to Native American communities.
Hispanic and African American young men provided several ideas at summit to improve the community.
New report from the National Survey of Early Care and Education offers the first portrait of early childhood programs in more than 20 years.
Equity and Excellence in the Earliest Years: Action on Expulsion and Suspension in Early Childhood Settings
Recent data indicate expulsions and suspensions occur at high rates in preschool settings — even higher rates than in K12 school settings.
More than $1 billion in new federal and private sector investments in early childhood education announced at White House Summit on Early Childhood Education.
Recent brief uses data collected by Early Head Start and Head Start to explore factors that may be associated with children who leave programs before their eligibility ends.
Research indicates the relationship between the early child care provider/teacher and the parent can contribute to a child’s school readiness.
National Survey of Early Care and Education Household Survey suggests parents’ perceptions and search process for non-parental care vary by household income, child’s age and household race/ethnicity.
Positive cultural identity and confidence go hand in hand with language gains.