Key Topics

We know what kids from prenatal to age 8 need to succeed in school and life: parental support, high-quality child care and early education, consistent health care, and early interventions to diagnose and address delays and developmental disabilities. Click through the topics below for articles, podcasts, infographics, and other material related to issues that matter for young children and families in Oregon.

Successful Students

Learn more about school readiness, chronic absence, third grade reading, and dual language learners (DLLs).

Successful Students

Learn more about school readiness, chronic absence, third grade reading, and dual language learners (DLLs).

Health and Development

Learn more about brain development, early intervention/early childhood special education (EI/ECSE), home visiting, and child care.

Health and Development

Learn more about brain development, early intervention/early childhood special education (EI/ECSE), home visiting, and child care.

Educators and Workforce

Learn more about professional learning, instructional alignment, and community engagement, and hear from teachers in their own words.

Educators and Workforce

Learn more about professional learning, instructional alignment, and community engagement, and hear from teachers in their own words.

Research and Evaluation

Learn more about Oregon and national research related to early childhood and program evaluations.

Research and Evaluation

Learn more about Oregon and national research related to early childhood and program evaluations.

Policy Trends

Learn more about early childhood policy trends in Oregon and across the country.

Policy

Learn more about early childhood policy trends in Oregon and across the country.

Preschool

Learn more about the benefits of preschool, the preschool landscape in Oregon, and featured programs from around the state.

Preschool

Learn more about the benefits of preschool, the preschool landscape in Oregon, and featured programs from around the state.

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