Harvard Guide Presents new Framework for Re-Envisioning Early Childhood Development


by Celeste Yager-Kandle



Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child published Early Childhood Development (ECD 1.0), highlighting the science behind early childhood health and development with a list of resources for parents, caregivers, child care providers, and policymakers to understand how to support young children during this critical stage of growth.

Introducing ECD 2.0

Recently, the Center released a new guide, ECD 2.0: A Framework for Science-Informed Investment in the Early Foundations of Health and Development, which presents a new framework and resources for re-envisioning early childhood development in the wake of the devastating COVID-19 pandemic.



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