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Jan 17, 2014

Formats may change, but importance of reading does not

The Tampa Tribune

Jan 16, 2014

2.3 Million Children Live With Unemployed Parents Who Were Just Cut Off From Benefits

ThinkProgress

Jan 15, 2014

Some Hope Emerges For Massive Preschool Push

Huffington Post

Jan 15, 2014

Florida education leaders recommend changes to controversial Common Core benchmarks

Tampa Bay Times

Jan 14, 2014

Initiative will help, but good reading habits begin with the parents

Tallahassee Democrat

Jan 14, 2014

Parent involvement can help kids get more active

Reuters

Jan 13, 2014

Will New York City Lead the Way on Pre-K?

The Nation

Jan 13, 2014

The Civil Rights of Children

The New York Times

Jan 10, 2014

There's a Cheaper, More Effective Way to Train Teachers

The Atlantic

Jan 10, 2014

Progress in the War on Poverty

The New York Times

Jan 10, 2014

Legal Loopholes Leave Some Kids Without Dental Insurance

NPR

Jan 10, 2014

Florida Breaks into Top 10 Nationally in K-12 Student Achievement

Sunshine State News

Jan 8, 2014

Inequality injures kids

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Jan 8, 2014

The Proven Way to Fight Income Inequality: Education

The Atlantic

Jan 7, 2014

A key to college success? Starting education early, then making college affordable

Bangor Daily News

Jan 7, 2014

Get Ready to Talk About Early Childhood Education

Business Week

Jan 6, 2014

Does the U.S. Need Another War on Poverty?

The New York Times

Jan 6, 2014

Poverty Impacts Early Child Brain Development

AFRO

Jan 5, 2014

Universal High-Quality Early Childhood Education Could Close The Achievement Gap At Age 5

Think Progress

Jan 3, 2014

The one thing you must do for your young student

The Washington Post