Early childhood development workers are underpaid and overburdened. Policies must do more to support them.
by Florencia Lopez Boo and Jane Leer(*) My 3-year old son is starting pre-kinder and it is now a requirement of the public school system in Washington, DC (DCPS) to do home visits to all [...]
By Sophie Gardiner. In May of this year, in honor of Mother’s Day, Save the Children published its 13th annual report on the “State of the World’s Mothers.” This year, the organization chose to [...]
The event “Toward an Agenda for Early Childhood Evaluation in Colombia” represents an important step toward building an agenda of studies and research for the De Cero a Siempre strategy which [...]
Orazio Attanasio, an economist and professor at UCL, talks about the recent advances in the research of early childhood development and identifies some key topics for this field's research agenda.