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Author: Dana Ludvik

What does alignment mean in the context of early learning? Alignment indicates how well an education system’s components are working together across ages and grade levels to achieve the same goal: supporting and maintaining children’s early learning success. ...

To date, little is known about the differences in children’s experiences in public preschool based on setting — or auspice — nor the implications for later learning and how to adjust particular preschool models across auspices. Discover why we’re working to better understand this cross-cutting theme...

Early teacher-child relationships lay the groundwork for creating supportive learning environments as children transition from pre-K to elementary school and beyond. Several of the Early Learning Network’s nationwide studies are examining individual children’s experiences, and specifically the bonds they form with teachers, to better understand...

Family engagement is an important crosscutting theme in several of the Early Learning Network’s nationwide studies. Together, our teams are working to better understand how family-school partnerships support optimal, positive trajectories for children as they move from pre-K to third grade....

The Early Learning Network’s Early Career Enhancement program supports its emerging scholars through individualized training, professional development and mentored support. In addition to providing young researchers with valuable information, NECE offers them an outlet to share ideas and concerns as they navigate the field of...