Cumulative Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are associated with many deleterious physical and mental health outcomes, but early childhood interventions and education programs, such as CPC P-3, may facilitate healthy development among ACE-affected children. CPC P-3's unique system of supports helps promote lifelong well-being by reducing family stress and exposure to adversity and by promoting children’s school readiness, achievement, and socio-emotional learning.
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Rachel Katz, PhD Student, Child Study and Human Development, Tufts University
Julia Fleckman, PhD Candidate, Public Health, Tulane University
Alison Giovanelli, PhD Candidate, Developmental Psychopathology and Clinical Science, University of Minnesota
Melissa Marquardt, PhD student, Clinical Psychology, University of Oregon
Jennifer Daer Shields, PhD Student, Clinical Psychology, Oklahoma State University
Dear Fellow Citizens,
Center for the Economics of Human Development
University of Chicago
Nicole Smerillo, Arthur Reynolds, Suh-Ruu Ou, Judy Temple
Society for Research in Child Development 2017
Presented by Nicole Smerillo at the 2017 Society for Research in Child Devlopment biennial meeting April 6-8 in Austin, TX.
The purpose of this study was to:
Workforce Development for the Next Generation: Early Childhood Education
Posted on March 27, 2017 by Community Development and Policy Studies, Chicago Fedeal Reserve
By Emily Engel
Workforce development, long thought to be the purview of community colleges and other vocational programs increasingly extends into early childhood education and elementary school. In fact, many practitioners today believe that workforce development and early childhood education go hand in hand, with many of the skills that bode well for career success developed early in life.
By MARTIN CRUTSINGER Associated Press
WASHINGTON — A new Federal Reserve survey has found that children who grew up in poverty were twice as likely to struggle with financial challenges later in life, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said Thursday.
LAURA BORNFREUND, HARRIET DICHTER, MIRIAM CALDERON, AMAYA GARCIA
Report prepared by University of British Columbia
Released February 14, 2017
This report, prepared by University of British Columbia for the Collaboarative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL), is an important step toward a powerful movement not just to strengthen the infrastructure for Social Emotional Learning (SEL) but to improve the quality of teaching from preschool through high school nationwide.
Council of Economic Advisers Issue Brief
The Council of Economic Advisers recently released an issue brief that highlights the challenges many American families face in providing high-quality care and education experiences for their young children. Specifically, public investments in children are lowest before age 5, precisely when many parents have the least ability to invest themselves.