Young children and their families aren’t the only beneficiaries of early childhood education programs.
Most people would argue that the public and private sectors should invest in early childhood education because it’s the right thing to do.
Not Donnie Charleston. Read More.
A group in Albany, New York is promoting early childhood developmental screenings as a way to boost educational outcomes years down the road. Without early intervention, very young children who show signs of developmental delays tend to enter kindergarten less ready than their peers... Read More.
One four-year program in New York City helped change the way high-school boys think about their schools – and about themselves. Last spring, when seniors at 40 public high schools across New York City walked across the graduation stage... Read More.