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Education researchers and scholars are uniquely positioned to provide evidence-based solutions to help ensure all children reach their potential. But the language we use in our work matters.   The words we use to describe children, families and communities, and the systems that support them, must align...

The third presentation in the Early Learning Network's Spring Webinar Series focused on diversity, equity and inclusion in early learning. Video is available from the presentation led by researchers Iheoma Iruka and Meghan McCormick: "Building Toward Racial Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Early Learning."...

Today, nearly 5 million children attend a formal prekindergarten (pre-K) program in the United States. The Biden administration’s recent proposal to invest $200 billion to provide universal pre-K to all 3- and 4-year-olds in the country highlights the critical need to ensure that children, especially...

The third presentation in the Early Learning Network's Spring Webinar Series focused on diversity, equity and inclusion in early learning. Video is available from the presentation led by researchers Iheoma Iruka and Meghan McCormick: "Building Toward Racial Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Early Learning."...

The second presentation in the Early Learning Network's Spring Webinar Series focused on family engagement. Video is available from the presentation led by researchers JoAnn Hsueh and Amanda Witte: "Home- and School-Based Activities to Support Student Success."...

The first presentation in the Early Learning Network's Spring Webinar Series focused on Transitions and Alignment. Video is available from the presentation led by researchers Ginny Vitiello and Kelly Purtell: "Easing the Transition from Pre-K to Kindergarten."...

The Early Learning Network's Ohio State University research team led a study exploring links between joint media engagement — where parents and children interact with media together — and gains in first-graders’ language and literacy skills. Results from the investigation suggest that moderate amounts of...

The Early Learning Network is hosting a four-part webinar series highlighting policies and practices to help children maintain early learning success during the critical transition from prekindergarten (pre-K) to third grade....