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Harvard-Led Program Aims to Prevent Achievement Gap through Work with At-Risk Infants & Toddlers, Moms

September 27, 2018

NPR affiliate WBUR in Boston reports: Researchers know there’s an achievement gap that exists at 18 months. That’s before any formal learning has taken place. An organization in Boston is …


Congress Approves $260 Million Funding Increase for Federal Early Childhood Programs

September 26, 2018

Washington, D.C. – In a critical bipartisan House vote, Congress has approved a FY2019 “minibus” appropriations package that includes $260 million in increases to the federal early childhood education programs. …


ECE State Profiles Examine Federal Footprint from State to State

September 25, 2018

The First Five Years Fund is developing a series of state profiles to provide a high-level overview of the various early childhood education opportunities that exist within states, including those …


Bipartisan Congressional Conference Committee Approves Increases to ECE Funding

September 14, 2018

Yesterday, a Congressional Conference committee made up of bipartisan representatives from the House and Senate announced it had reached agreement on a funding “minibus” package that included the combined fiscal …


House to Begin Conference Process on Federal Funding Package, Including ECE Programs

September 6, 2018

The House will vote today to go to conference with the Senate on an appropriations package that includes spending allocations for the federal early learning and care programs. Last month …


ICYMI: Back to School for Early Learners with Promise of Preschool Development Grants

September 6, 2018

As children across the country start school – many for the first time – it’s important to recognize the federal investments and partnerships that help make high-quality early childhood education …


Senate Passes Bipartisan Funding Bill with Increases for Federal Early Childhood Programs

August 23, 2018

Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Senate voted today to approve important funding increases for many of the nation’s federal early learning and care programs, with a bipartisan vote of 85 …


Bipartisan Budget Passed By Congress Extends Critical Support For Federal Home Visiting Program

February 9, 2018

ipartisan bill secures five-year reauthorization for MIECHV, negotiates doubling funding for CCDBG WASHINGTON – Early this morning, Congress passed a bipartisan budget bill, which includes an agreement to increase domestic …

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