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High-Quality Outcomes Endure

New video from Dr. James Heckman addresses claims that the benefits children gain from high-quality early education diminish over time. 

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May 26, 2016  |  Posted in General

Nebraska Young Child Institute Set for June 27-28 in Kearney

Have you registered for the Nebraska Young Child Institute? The statewide conference for multidisciplinary professionals to connect on issues to improve the outcome of young children is set for June 27-28 in Kearney.

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May 19, 2016  |  Posted in General

A Mother’s Love Can Change a Child’s Brain

Mothers’ support during children's preschool years is linked to robust growth in the area of the brain involved in learning, memory and stress response.

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May 05, 2016  |  Posted in Research

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