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New York Must Improve Preparation and Training for New York's Infant-Toddler Educators
New Study Shows Seven Core Principles Advance Equity and Promote High-Quality Early Learning
New Research: Strengthening Quality for Infants and Toddlers

New Research: Strengthening Quality for Infants and Toddlers

The new study, "Enhancing the Quality of Infant and Toddler Care in New York City: Variation Across EarlyLearn Settings" sheds light on early care and education for infants and toddlers—and the value of both family child care and center-based programs to NYC’s diverse community of children and families.
New York ECE Workforce Survey: Understanding the Impact of COVID-19
2020 Early Career Scholars: Congratulations
PreK for All in a Changing Landscape: Recap of the NYC Research Symposium 12/6
New Research: Steps to Recruit and Retain Men in ECE

New Research: Steps to Recruit and Retain Men in ECE

New research from the Borough of Manhattan Community College points to concrete steps to recruit and retain more men in early childhood education and highlights the ways in which men can improve early learning.
New Research Explores Instructional Leadership in NYC’s Pre-K for All

New Research Explores Instructional Leadership in NYC’s Pre-K for All

A new Research Network study conducted by researchers from Bank Street Center on Culture, Race & Equity and National Center for Children in Poverty at Columbia University explores how early childhood instructional leaders work to improve teaching through feedback and guidance during classroom visits and other types of instructional support.
Pre-K for All: New study recommends ways to bring universal quality to universal access.

Pre-K for All: New study recommends ways to bring universal quality to universal access.

As New York City’s Universal Pre-K for All (PKA) is consolidated into a single effort managed by the Department of Education, a new study by Columbia University’s National Center for Children and Families at Teachers College points to ways in which this ambitious effort can deliver more uniform quality across the many programs serving young children, while still allowing providers to address the specific needs of children.
Paper features the NYC Early Childhood Research Network