Closing the gap matters for several reasons. Most importantly, without access to high-quality childcare, infants and toddlers from low-income families face increasingly steep developmental challenges.
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Children take their cues from their parents' behavior and reactions. Parents' fear of too much screen time is valid, but outdated and not useful in carving out a thoughtful road map.
When infants and toddlers get a strong start, our nation prospers. Learning happens from the start, and so should our investments in children.
The "Kids Count" report, one of the most widely cited surveys of how children are faring in the United States, hasn't offered much good news in recent...
Even the poorest parents, unable to afford programs and devices and special educational applications, can harness the power of talking.
Is there a gap between what child development research has found and what parents believe?
A new survey from Zero to Three, a nonprofit devoted to ...
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