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Gold Amanda, Gwam Peace, Anderson Theresa, Gaddy Marcus, May 2021
Reports & Papers

Across the United States, interest has grown in two-generation approaches as a strategy for lifting families out of poverty. These approaches vary in the combination of services they offer and their target population, but they all share a common…

Gold Amanda, Gwam Peace, Anderson Theresa, Gaddy Marcus, May 2021
Executive Summary

Across the United States, interest has grown in two-generation approaches as a strategy for lifting families out of poverty. These approaches vary in the combination of services they offer and their target population, but they all share a common…

Anderson Theresa, Popkin Susan J., McDaniel Marla, Coffey Amelia, Gold Amanda, Spauster Patrick, Gwam Peace, Gaddy Marcus, Okoli Adaeze, May 2021
Other

This report describes the FCCC vision, the approach to the evaluation, and what FCCC looked like in practice, including an estimation of costs in the three communities. In final reflections on the effort, we ask if the community grantees…

Anderson Theresa, Popkin Susan J., McDaniel Marla, Coffey Amelia, Gold Amanda, Spauster Patrick, Gwam Peace, Gaddy Marcus, Okoli Adaeze, May 2021
Executive Summary

This report describes the FCCC vision, the approach to the evaluation, and what FCCC looked like in practice, including an estimation of costs in the three communities. In final reflections on the effort, we ask if the community grantees…

Gold Amanda, Gwam Peace, Anderson Theresa, Gaddy Marcus, May 2021
Other

These appendixes (C, D, and E) for "The costs of coordinating two-generation programs: Estimated labor costs of family services and cross-generation coordination for two-generation partnerships in Buffalo, Columbus, and San Antonio" include study…

Cappella Elise, Cramer Travis, Raver C. Cybele, Allen LaRue, Morris Pamela A., 08 March, 2021
Reports & Papers
With the expansion of NYC’s universal pre-K in 2014 in Pre-K for All (PKA), the NYC Department of Education tackled the challenge of supporting classroom quality through professional development (PD) across 2,500 classrooms and a large, rapidly…
Brotman Laurie Miller, Dawson-McClure Spring, Rhule Dana, Rosenblatt Katherine, Hamer Kai-ama, Kamboukos Dimitra, Boyd Michelle, Mondesir Michelle, Chau Isabel, Lashua-Shriftman Erin, Rodriguez Vanessa, Barajas-Gonzalez R. Gabriela, Huang Keng-Yen, Spring 2021
Other

In this article, we describe a research-practice partnership (RPP) developed to support the scaling of an early childhood EBI, ParentCorps, as part of New York City’s Pre-K for All. Key partners who have contributed to the RPP over the past five…

Friedman-Krauss Allison, Barnett W. Steven, Garver Karin A., Hodges Katherine S., Weisenfeld GG, Gardiner Beth Ann, 2021
Reports & Papers

The 18th edition of The State of Preschool, the National Institute for Early Education Research’s (NIEER) report on our annual survey of state preschool policies, includes information for every state on child enrollment, funding, staffing, and…

National Institute for Early Education Research (U.S.), 2021
Reports & Papers
The 2019-2020 State of Preschool survey included a supplement to collect information about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected state-funded preschool beyond 2019-2020 into the 2020-2021 school year. The pandemic impacted policies, practices, and…
Weisenfeld GG, Frede Ellen, 2021
Reports & Papers

This report reviews the current integration of FCCs in publicly-funded pre-K. This is followed by a discussion of the potential opportunities and challenges derived from an analysis of current state policies and the FCC literature base.…

McFadden Karen E., Shannon Jacqueline D., DeSousa Jahnavi, December 12 2020
Reports & Papers

This study was undertaken by researchers from Brooklyn College at the City University of New York in partnership with the New York City DOE DECE and DOHMH BEI. A key goal of this research project was to address gaps in the literature as well as…

Infurna Charles J., Montes Guillermo, December, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This research study investigated the effects of preschool dosage on kindergarten readiness in an urban school district (n= 1,464). This study was guided by one research question: do children who attend two years of structured early childhood…
McCombs Jennifer Sloan, Augustine Catherine H., Pane John F., Schweig Jonathan, December, 2020
Reports & Papers
The National Summer Learning Project (NSLP) examined the implementation and effectiveness of voluntary summer learning programs developed by five school districts—Boston, Massachusetts; Dallas, Texas; Duval County, Florida; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania…
Rojas Natalia M., Morris Pamela A., Balaraman Amudha, October-December 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Achieving high-quality preschool at scale is challenging; to do so likely entails a combination of program standards, teacher qualifications and compensation, on-site quality monitoring, and professional development (PD). This study aims to examine…
Yu Hae Min, September, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study examines relationship dynamics between young immigrant children in an afterschool program, and the ways in which these children become involved in racial discrimination and exclusion whereby one group perceives itself as majority. In…