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Dec 4, 2013

Rick Scott’s Medicaid push stalled in Florida


Dec 4, 2013

Florida 15-year-olds lag on international tests

Orlando Sentinel

Dec 4, 2013

Early learning programs are crucial

The Baltimore Sun

Dec 3, 2013

U.S. Achievement Stalls as Other Nations Make Gains

Education Week

Dec 3, 2013

Commentary: What kids in school need most

Times Union

Dec 3, 2013

Fla. VPK faces larger classes, stagnant funding


Dec 3, 2013

New bill tries to expand, improve preschools

The Florida Times-Union

What's unclear: How much it will cost and can preschool teachers afford a degree?

Dec 2, 2013

In Immokalee, Parents Promise To Speak Spanish With Their Children

State Impact Florida

Nov 29, 2013

Florida parents push teaching over tests


Nov 28, 2013

Early Education is not One-Size-Fits-All


Nov 27, 2013

Head Start Narrows Academic Gap for Latino Kids


Nov 27, 2013

A preschooler writes a book

South Florida Times

Nov 26, 2013

Early Childhood Development: the Promise, the Problem, and the Path Forward

The Brookings Institution

Nov 26, 2013

Univision Communications Launches Comprehensive Public Service Initiative

The Hollywood Reporter

Nov 26, 2013

Why French Kids Don't Have ADHD

Psychology Today

Nov 25, 2013

Are Kids Too Coddled?

The New York Times

Nov 25, 2013

U.S. Continues to Fall Behind the Rest of the World on Child Rights

First Focus

With Somalia now set to ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), the U.S. will soon once again be one of only two countries that have not ratified the CRC. Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud made the announcement last Wednesday, November 20, 2013, Universal Children’s Day and the 24th anniversary of the CRC.

Nov 22, 2013

Hillary Clinton Pushes Early Childhood Development

US News and World Report

Nov 22, 2013

Ad Takes Off Online: Less Doll, More Awl

The New York Times

Nov 22, 2013

US Department of Education Unveils Campaign To Recruit Top Students As Teachers

Education News

The U.S. Department of Education has launched a new campaign to recruit top performing student as teachers after the Department estimated that as many as one million teachers could retire in the next four to six years.