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Jones Stephanie M., Lesaux Nonie K., Gonzalez Kathryn E., Hanno Emily C., Guzman Rosa, Q4 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

This paper uses rich, representative data from the Early Learning Study at Harvard (ELS@H) to examine the landscape of early education and care among three- and four-year-olds in one state. We examine the distribution of children in setting types…

Hanno Emily C., Gonzalez Kathryn E., Gardner Madelyn, Jones Stephanie M., Lesaux Nonie K., Hofer Kerry G., Checkoway Amy, Goodson Barbara D., August, 2020
Reports & Papers
This report describes the experiences of early educators and caregivers of 3- and 4-year-old children in family child care, community-based center, Head Start, and public school prekindergarten programs during the first few months of the Coronavirus…
Hanno Emily C., Gonzalez Kathryn E., Gardner Madelyn, Jones Stephanie M., Lesaux Nonie K., Hofer Kerry G., Checkoway Amy, Goodson Barbara D., August, 2020
Executive Summary
This report describes the experiences of early educators and caregivers of 3- and 4-year-old children in family child care, community-based center, Head Start, and public school prekindergarten programs during the first few months of the Coronavirus…
Hanno Emily C., Gonzalez Kathryn E., January-March 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Student absenteeism is a widespread and critical issue in early childhood education. Current efforts to reduce student absenteeism in both preschool and K-12 settings have largely been family- and parent- focused interventions. Yet, interventions…
Jones Stephanie M., Lesaux Nonie K., Hanno Emily C., Gonzalez Kathryn E., Guzman Rosa, Goodson Barbara D., Checkoway Amy, Nichols Austin, Freeman Brian, Ballinger Sarah, November, 2018
Reports & Papers
Led by Professors Stephanie Jones and Nonie Lesaux, the Early Learning Study at Harvard (ELS@H), a cornerstone of the Zaentz Early Education Initiative (https://zaentz.gse.harvard.edu/), is a first-of-its-kind, statewide study designed to examine…
Jones Stephanie M., Lesaux Nonie K., Hanno Emily C., Gonzalez Kathryn E., Guzman Rosa, Goodson Barbara D., Checkoway Amy, Nichols Austin, Freeman Brian, Ballinger Sarah, November, 2018
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This brief provides the background for and study design of the Early Learning Study at Harvard.
Jones Stephanie M., Lesaux Nonie K., Hanno Emily C., Gonzalez Kathryn E., Guzman Rosa, Goodson Barbara D., Checkoway Amy, Nichols Austin, Freeman Brian, Ballinger Sarah, November, 2018
Fact Sheets & Briefs
While the study includes other types of information about children (e.g., descriptions of their language development and social-emotional competencies) and their families (e.g., descriptions of their daily lives and parenting practices), as well as…