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The Teachers Who Educate Our Youngest Kids are Struggling to Make Ends Meet
Poll: Voters Support Higher Pay for Early Educators
The 2015 National Back-To-School Guide: Free Resources for Students & Teachers
Webinar: Quality Ratings, Common Core, and DAP: Do they all Play Together?
Early Childhood Webinars
Homework for Preschoolers? Aurora Parents make the Case
Play: A Valuable Learning Tool
Is the Common Core Killing Kindergarten?
Here's A Really Good Reason To Make Your Kids Watch 'Sesame Street'
Startup Bets Parents Are Willing to Outsource Child's Play
What does your Preschooler do in Day Care? Not much Active, Study Says
Education Experts Disturbed by Actions of School, Police in Handcuffing of 5-Year-Old
Watertown Daily Times
Do you Know how your Childcare Center is Doing? Why it’s Hard to Find Out
Why is ‘high quality’ so Elusive in Mississippi’s Child Care Centers?
NAEYC Provides Information about Child Care and Development Block Grant
Keystone Oaks Beginning Full-Day Kindergarten
I Teach Early Childhood Education, and I know that Testing Hurts Kids more than it Helps
Debating and Rating "Educational" Apps for Kids
To Provide Better Childcare, the US will have to Raise Caregivers' Pay
Founded in 1926, the National Association for the Education of Young Children is the largest and most influential advocate for high-quality early care and education in the United States.