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The 90% Reading Goal is inspiring school districts across the country to get behind early childhood learning and Kindergarten readiness! amzn.to/1MIPmV7

Early learning that ensures children succed in school!

Have you read the new preschool report from the Department of Education? READY! can be the parent education (or engagement) component of a preschool, if that is something they mandate, like Head Start. Plus, it can be for any school or organization that serves the parents of preschoolers and wants to do more to include them in their child’s education. 1.usa.gov/1HxGVeZ

Title II in #ESEA includes new program that focuses on improving literacy instruction birth through 12th grade, embedding parts of Senator Murray’s LEARN Act. 1.usa.gov/1CSkvhP

From the LEARN Act - “success in school and beyond” ;) That’s us! 1.usa.gov/1CSkvhP

Great article in support of early learning programs around the country!

“Today’s infants and toddlers provide a glimpse of what is on the horizon. In order to move toward closing the racial income and achievement gaps, policymakers must first close the school-readiness gap. This requires investing in the nation’s most valuable resource: America’s youngest citizens—our infants and toddlers.”

Involve parents in early learning to reduce the achievement gap. #KindergartenReadiness #ChildrensLearning #BirthtoFive

The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading prepared this "Statisticks" video, which highlights how the early years are crucial to success later in life and touches upon the role high-quality early childhood education and care plays in that.

Early childhood education and care shows a higher rate of return in investment than other interventions, and studies show "that the real question isn’t whether we can afford early education initiatives, but whether we can afford not to provide them" given ECEC's long-term outcomes for participants' health and security later in life.

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Graphic: A young child's brain develops 700 synapses every second.

Learn how to be part of the solution at readingfoundation...

Why #prek matters as told by preschoolers. "The View from 3 Feet" by Soul Pancake.

Why #prek matters as told by preschoolers. "The View from 3 Feet" by Soul Pancake.

Education begins at birth – 100% of the achievement gap in reading and 67% of the gap in math originates in the home before a student’s first day of kindergarten. Make the birth to five years count with READY! for Kindergarten™. Learn how to ensure success for children in your community at www.readyforkinde...

Nationally, 37% of children arrive in kindergarten without the skills necessary to begin their learning journey. Sure, reading aloud with your child will definitely help, but this is also a huge reason why we need to invest in high-quality ECE. Kindergarten readiness isn't just pre-literacy skills, it's also about cognition, behavioral, and social-emotional skills along with scientific, creative, and mathematical thinking.

Young children who are exposed to the arts build self-confidence and learn to think creatively and accept multiple perspectives, all of which foster creative problem solving and empathy. In fact, studies have shown that music education facilitates better learning outcomes in other subjects, including math.

We're thrilled quality Pre-K is getting the national and statewide attention it deserves, but we don't want to forget the need to make improvements to child care standards in our state, too.

A blog post on one way Texas can ensure more of our littlest learners have access to high quality child care.

If Early Childhood Intervention has helped your family, we have an exciting opportunity for you to share you story. Learn more about how your input can help educate decision-makers on the important, everyday impact of ECI services! Email ECIstories@txchil... for more info, too.

Chambers of commerce, economists, and state legislators all agree: early education is a good investment.

Child care plays a critical role for our state’s families, economy, and future workforce. This new report provides an examination of child care needs in Texas.

A child gains 700 neurons in her brain each minute! Discover why early childhood education is so important in America. #SmartMarch