Are American Families Going to Be Priced Out of Child Care?
In many parts of the country, child care costs more than a mortgage.
How Preschoolers Are Absorbing the Biases of Their Elders
New research finds that prejudice against black males can be detected as early as age four.
D.C.'s Universal Preschool Program Has Been Hugely Beneficial for Moms—and the Economy
Once preschool was made free, maternal labor force participation increased.
Does Obama’s Ambitious Universal Pre-K Program Stand a Chance?
The long-term benefits of pre-k education are well established, but an opportunity to invest in it for every child in America is caught up in political stalemate.