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NIEER's weekly newsletter for the latest in early education news

NIEER Weekly

Volume 16, Issue 1


January 6, 2017

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Happy New Everything! Name your favorite worksheet? Calling all authors

Volume 15, Issue 30


December 23, 2016

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: 2016 Hot Topics stay hot for 2017; US CEA says families with young children need help most; Happy Holidays from NIEER

Volume 15, Issue 29


December 16, 2016

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Research Shows Head Start is All Over the Map, Union City NJ Preschool in the Spotlight and Mark Your Calendar for ECE Events

Volume 15, Issue 28


December 9, 2016

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: New report on Head Start coming soon, Early Childhood Education as Economic Development and Advocacy 101

Volume 15, Issue 27


December 2, 2016

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Moving beyond the divisive campaign on early education issues; Making the early years count and State progress reports on PDG

Volume 15, Issue 26


November 18, 2016

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Are Hispanic families closing the PreK gap? How NJ schools are enhancing K-3 and Putting the EVERY in ESSA

Volume 15, Issue 25


November 11, 2016

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Did voters support ECE? How qualified are Kindergarten teachers and How to Bring STEM into PreK

Volume 15, Issue 24


November 4, 2016

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Is there an elephant--or a donkey--in the room? Get your ELS Assessment Tool and View the ECE Guidelines webinar

Volume 15, Issue 23


October 28, 2016

Highlighting the week's most interesting stories and studies: Is your community a "child care desert"? How prek discipline affects access and equity. And a chance to talk with USDOE about new ESSA guidelines for ECE.

Volume 15, Issue 22


October 21, 2016

Hot Topics PreK at the Polls While politicians and pundits debate poll results, recent polls have found a landslide of support for child care from a key constituency–parents–as well as voter support for preschool education. The extent to which survey respondents think of preschool education and child care as distinct is not entirely clear, but parents overwhelmingly view child…