Jumpstart is the only national supplemental pre-k program of its kind, leveraging adult-child relationships to deliver a carefully designed curriculum that builds key language and literacy skills children need to succeed.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services details what the President's recent early education proposal will mean for early childhood education and care programs within the Administration for Children and Families.
Two objectives are critical to the future of education: lowering the high-school dropout rate and preparing more students for college and careers. Key to success in both is educating children earlier. The path beginswith 3- and 4-year-olds. Neuroscience research leaves no doubt about the wisdom of investing in early-childhood education. Much of brain development occurs before children turn 5.