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A Nobel Prize Winner Says Public Preschool Programs Should Start at Birth
A Path To More Patient Parenting

Dec 12, 2016

A Path To More Patient Parenting

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Free. Effective. And Underenrolled.
Reading To Children Fuels Curiosity More Than Screens
Can A Child Who Starts Kindergarten With Few Reading or Math Skills Catch Up?
Baby Talk Helps Infants Learn Language
Children Show Benefits From Pre-K As They Grow

Dec 7, 2016

Children Show Benefits From Pre-K As They Grow

Gainesville Times

Simplifying Childhood May Protect Against Mental Health Issues
What Children Need Even More Than Presents This Holiday Season
Why Early Childhood Is a Millennial Issue, Too
Giving Our Kids The Gift of Accountability

Dec 2, 2016

Giving Our Kids The Gift of Accountability

The Washington Post

Boosting Attendance In Preschool Can Start With A Knock On The Door
Can Florida School Kids Go Out And Play?

Nov 30, 2016

Can Florida School Kids Go Out And Play?

The Miami Herald

Who's More Stressed By Parenting -- Moms Or Dads?
Libraries Can Help Develop Children’s Reading Skills From Birth
Never Stop Reading Aloud To Your Kid

Nov 23, 2016

Never Stop Reading Aloud To Your Kid

Treehugger

Five Essentials to Meaningful Play
Helping Young Children Learn Gratitude
A Child's Hunger Can Affect Learning

Nov 22, 2016

A Child's Hunger Can Affect Learning

The News Courier

Bilingual Children Are More Intelligent Compared To Their Peers