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NIEER Weekly

Volume 16, Issue 32


August 17, 2017

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Dual Language Opinions, Just the Fact Sheets, and Civic Participation

Volume 16, Issue 31


August 11, 2017

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: PreK in Court, All ESSA is Local and Engaging Parents

Volume 16, Issue 30


August 4, 2017

Hot Topics New International Assessment of Child Development at Kindergarten Entry Includes Social-Emotional Development The  Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development  is launching a massive new project, called the  International Early Learning and Child Well-being Study . The study is designed to inform early learning policy and practice globally by providing insights into children’s learning and development up to age 5 together with information on their home learning environment, early care…

Volume 16, Issue 29


July 28, 2017

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Teacher Well-Being, B-3rd and IJCCEP Highlight

Volume 16, Issue 28


July 21, 2017

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Federal funding for ECE, DLL in ESSA and Going Global

Volume 16, Issue 27


July 14, 2017

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: GAO Weighs In, Word Gaps and Webinars

Volume 16, Issue 26


June 30, 2017

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Qualifications Controversy, IJCCEP and ICYMI conference resources

Volume 16, Issue 25


June 23, 2017

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Turning polls into policy; Unified voice for ECE workforce; and How to Balance digital and real life

Volume 16, Issue 24


June 16, 2017

Highlighting the Week's most interesting stories and studies PreK Doesn't Cost--It Pays; States Tackle ECE in ESSA; and Roundtable Redux

Volume 16, Issue 23


June 9, 2017

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Leading from the Middle, Relationships Matter and #EarlyEdChat