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January 24, 2024

A Hopeful Note for Early Childhood Education in 2024

Millions of families may now face a lack of child care following the recent expiration of pandemic-era federal funding.

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Child Care Experts Offer Optimism Amid Growing Challenges

As the child care industry tries to adjust to a fiscal cliff caused by the end of federal COVID-19 emergency funds, early childhood experts expressed some optimism as well as predictions for growing challenges during a Tuesday webinar hosted by The Hunt Institute, a nonprofit organization that aims to improve education policy.

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New Report Finds 70% of PK-6 Teachers Believe Edtech Does Not Meet the Needs of Early Learners

While edtech plays an increasingly important role in classrooms, the report spotlights the need for edtech tools designed for the types of learning experiences that educators, researchers and parents want for elementary students.

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Reading Aloud to Students Shouldn’t Get Lost in Shift to ‘Science of Reading,” Teachers Say

We’ve heard a lot about the science of reading this year. The term appeared 600-plus times in Education Week’s 2023 coverage alone. Clearly, readers are interested in this topic, which refers to literacy instruction aimed at phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.

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