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Infographic 2017

Five Numbers to Remember about Early Childhood Development

These five numbers illustrate the importance of early childhood to the learning, behavior, and health of later life and explain why getting things right the first time is easier and more effective than trying to fix them later.

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Infographic 2016

A divided electorate is united on early childhood education

The First Five Years Fund’s annual national poll shows that early childhood education is one of the best ways for candidates to connect with voters because it is one of their top priorities–regardless of party.

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Infographic 2016

How data empowers parents

When parents have the right information to make decisions, students excel! 

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Infographic 2016

We need to talk about child care for black families

Access to affordable childcare is much more dire for Black women and their families.

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Fact Sheet 2016

Lifecycle Benefits of an Influential Early Childhood Program - One pager

Start at birth, coordinate services into comprehensive early childhood programs and achieve greater economic and social gains. 

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Blog 2016

What ‘Transforming the Workforce’ Says About Developing Children’s Social Emotional Skills

Research provides a clear link between young children’s social-emotional skills and academic success

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Blog 2016

Early Math Skills Crucial to Children’s Learning

Most classrooms and teachers underprepared to teach math well, according to ‘Transforming the Workforce’ report.

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Fact Sheet 2016

5 Things to Know About Early Childhood Home Visiting

There has been a great deal of research, over many decades, examining the use of home visiting to reach vulnerable children and families. Based on this research, here are five things to know.

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Fact Sheet 2016

5 Things to Know About the Early Childhood Workforce

Research on early brain development highlights the importance of quality early care and education, yet low wages make it difficult to attract and retain qualified staff. Here are five critical facts about the early childhood workforce.

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