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How Does Poetry Help Children’s Development?

Reading poetry to children facilitates their language, cognitive and even physical development, but most of all, it's fun! Read More

April 09, 2015  |  Posted in General

New Study: Children in Educare Schools Narrowed the Achievement Gap

High-quality early education is especially advantageous when children start younger and continue longer, says a new report from the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute. Read More

April 02, 2015  |  Posted in Research

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