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Baez Alexandra N. Mercado, Elliot Tyler-Curtis C., Ayres Kevin M., Winter 2024
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

Children should engage in at least 60 min of physical activity daily to develop or maintain healthy habits (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2021a). Previous research suggests that contingent attention is a powerful tool for increasing…

New York Works for Children. Aspire Registry, Winter 2024
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Peer Reviewed

During the Summer of 2023, New York Works for Children surveyed a group of New York-based directors, teachers, and family child care providers with questions regarding the various benefits they may or may not receive. This data story will…

Meltzoff Andrew N., Gilliam Walter S., Winter 2024
Other
Peer Reviewed

Children are not born harboring racial biases, but they are born learning. Young children, even infants, learn from the “mere observation” of other people’s behavior. Nonverbal signals of racial biases are abundant in children’s everyday social…

Bruininks Robert H., Bruininks Brett D., Fall 2024
Instruments
Peer Reviewed

The Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency™, Third Edition Brief Form (BOT™-3 Brief) provides a quick overview of gross and fine motor ability for children and young adults. (author abstract)

Kelly Annalee, Xue Yange, Gullo Dominic F., Q3 2024
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

One of the primary goals of early education is to promote overall school readiness, especially for children most at risk for educational challenges. However, there is a persistent disparity in equitable access to high quality early learning…

Perrigo Judith L., Stanley Lisa, Mixson L. Sarah, Espinosa Leila, Morales Jordan, Beck Chandler, Halfon Neal, June 2024
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

Using an asset-based framework, this study examines the holistic developmental health outcomes of young English Learners (ELs) in the United States using the Early Development Instrument (EDI), stratified by first language and neighborhood risk…

Bruininks Robert H., Bruininks Brett D., Summer 2024
Instruments
Peer Reviewed

The Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency™, Third Edition (BOT™-3) is a versatile and comprehensive measure of gross and fine motor skills for children and young adults. (author abstract)

Inan Hatice Zeynep, Jozwiak Melissa, Inan Yavuz Selim, Sarac Seda, May 2024
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

Concept Development [CD] in the early years cannot be complete without teachers' support. However, limited research exists. This research aimed to assess CD classroom interactional quality and its relationship with other quality dimensions/…

Li Jun, April 11 2024
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

For decades, the United States grappled with a childcare crisis that left American families struggling to secure quality childcare, compromising both children’s development and parental career progress. Here we investigate the impact of childcare…

Tomeny Kimberly R., Tomeny Theodore S., McWilliam R. A., April 11 2024
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

Early intervention supports infants and toddlers with confirmed or suspected autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in achieving optimal outcomes, and caregiver-implemented NDBIs are recommended as a developmentally appropriate intervention approach for…

United States. Office of Child Care, April 10 2024
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Peer Reviewed

Today, the Office of Child Care (OCC) issued letters to Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) state and territory Lead Agencies that they are considered out of compliance with the equal access provision of the Child Care and Development Block…

Ragonese-Barnes Marina, Bromer Juliet, Ku Seulki, Zhang Shiwei, Porter Toni, April 10 2024
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

This report includes findings from a national survey of networks about the benchmarks and indicators for high-quality home-based child care networks. This study represents the first effort to understand how networks address the benchmarks and…

Small Business Majority, April 9 2024
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Peer Reviewed

This poll reflects a survey of 566 small business owners nationwide who are parents and/or have employees with children. The poll was an online survey conducted Jan. 30-31, 2024 via SurveyMonkey’s online panel. The margin of error is +/- 4% at 95…

Small Business Majority, April 9 2024
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

The lack of childcare funding and access to affordable childcare has put a significant burden on working parents and has impeded the ability of small businesses to retain a skilled workforce. Additionally, for entrepreneurs with children of their…

Wildmon Mark, Anthony Kenneth Vance, Kamau Zion, April 9 2024
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed

Parental involvement in early childhood education significantly impacts children's academic, socio-emotional, and behavioral outcomes. Extensive research indicates that parental involvement plays a more influential role in a child's academic…

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