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How to Talk to Young Children About Tragic Events

The events in Parkland are heavy on all of our hearts. We deeply care about our children and know it’s difficult to protect them from the images and news they’re exposed to. We’ve gathered some resources for how you can talk to your child and support your family through difficult times: Tips to Help Children […]

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Child360 Responds to Federal Budget Deal: Increases for Child Care

On February 9, President Trump signed a two-year budget deal, along with a stopgap spending bill to end a brief government shutdown. The bipartisan budget deal increases domestic spending caps and includes critical wins for young children and their families. The deal extends the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) for a total of ten years, […]

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Early childhood educators get schooled in working with ‘exceptional’ kids

KPCC, By Priska Neely When federal data in 2014 revealed that thousands of students were being suspended in preschool, officials at Los Angeles Universal Preschool were shocked. In response, they created a program for educators who work with the students at greatest risk for suspension. The first cohort of early childhood educators graduated Friday from […]

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The State of Preschool 2016

NIEER’s State Preschool Yearbook finds that FY 2015 was a turning point, representing a recovery from the Great Recession with state pre-K funding, enrollment, and quality standards all improving. Yet, as more states have moved forward to offer high quality pre-K to all, children in other states that continue to do little or nothing are […]

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