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Why Doesn't Public School Start At Birth?

Mar 9, 2017

Why Doesn't Public School Start At Birth?

The Huffington Post

South Florida Organization Wants Parents To 'Unplug and Connect'
Today’s Education Debate Ignores a Child’s Starting Line
If We’re Serious About Early Learning, Here’s How It Should Look
Too Much TV May Lower Child's School Readiness
Early Education Can Mitigate Effects Of Poverty
Pre-K Prepares Kids For Learning, Reading

Mar 1, 2017

Pre-K Prepares Kids For Learning, Reading

Hattiesburg American

Child Care Costs Force Parents To Make Difficult Tradeoffs
Experts: Child's Learning Starts Early -- With The Parents

Feb 27, 2017

Experts: Child's Learning Starts Early -- With The Parents

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

One in Six Floridians Live in Poverty

Feb 23, 2017

One in Six Floridians Live in Poverty

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Is Pre-K Really Worth It?

Feb 23, 2017

Is Pre-K Really Worth It?

ABC 7

Promote Social Mobility Across Generations
Time To Go All-In On Preschool

Feb 21, 2017

Time To Go All-In On Preschool

IndyStar

A Year of High-Quality Early Education Improves Outcomes For Low-Income Children
Mark Wilson: How To Expand Opportunity

Feb 20, 2017

Mark Wilson: How To Expand Opportunity

Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Lawmakers: Look At Recess Mandate Through Longer Lens
UF Convenes Early Childhood National Summit
U of Chicago Early Learning Pilot Launches in Pensacola

Feb 16, 2017

U of Chicago Early Learning Pilot Launches in Pensacola

Pensacola News Journal

Poor Reading Skills Stymie Children And The Economy

Feb 15, 2017

Poor Reading Skills Stymie Children And The Economy

The News & Observer

Pre-K Enrollment Helps Low-Income Students Succeed Later On