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15 Nov. 2019 | Comments (0)

Research shows that ­­­early learning (from birth to 5) not only supports children’s success in school, but it also impacts a child’s future earnings, workplace productivity, and has long-term health benefits as well as multi-generational benefits. In this episode, Elanna Yalow, Chief Academic Officer of KinderCare Education, spoke with Bernard Bailey, CED President, about the critical components of high-quality early learning experiences and how parents can be confident that they are selecting the most appropriate setting for their child and family. Among the most important areas that support quality is ensuring that early childhood educators have the dispositions, skills and ongoing development needed to provide an enriched learning environment for young children.

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