Research Articles

Early childhood education research is constantly changing.  This research is extremely important because it provides a framework for the implementation of best and developmentally appropriate practice.  Additionally good research helps early childhood advocates better present their positions while informing policymakers (who make significant decisions on behalf of young children and their families).

Below are research publications and links that are significant to the work we do with children and families on a daily basis.

Lifetime Effects: The High/Scope Perry Preschool Study Through Age 40 (2005)