Pre-K Winners for Race to the Top Contest: Will They Spur Broader Reform?
The Christian Science Monitor
A National Commitment to High-Quality Early Learning
What's Your Wish for Kids?
Remembering 9/11: Bay County Teachers Grapple with Lessons of Terrorist Attacks
The Bay City Times
Benefits of Early Education Debated
Educating Young Children with the NAEYC (podcast)
Education Talk Radio
At What Age Should Kids Be Enrolled in School?
Checking the School Fit
On the Question of When to Start Kindergarten, There's No Easy A
Preschool Benefits Last Into Adulthood, Study Says
Orderly Toddlers? Try Uniforms
Wall Street Journal
iPads Take Place Next to Crayons in Kindergarten
Founded in 1926, the National Association for the Education of Young Children is the largest and most influential advocate for high-quality early care and education in the United States.