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Assistant Professor Wintre Foxworth Johnson received recognition at the American Educational Research Association national conference this spring.

New review from the University of Virginia; Teachers College, Columbia University; University of California-Irvine; and University of Delaware reveals varied impact of preschool programs on long-term school success.

New ways to communicate could keep preschoolers with challenging behaviors in classrooms, a UVA researcher says.

UVA researchers and Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) partners will scale the novel data system to better understand and improve access to quality early childcare across the Commonwealth.

Bassok and colleagues reflect on lessons from early childhood credentialing in Louisiana and make suggestions for how to improve the early childhood workforce.

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Research on early childhood educators’ wellbeing is expanding. But more work is needed to better understand their motivations and reduce the stressors they experience.

Since COVID, early childhood teacher attrition has increased so significantly families have been turned away as entire classrooms have closed.

The new website gives educators access to resources they can use to help children develop the important skills they need to thrive.

Jamie Jirout has been awarded the prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation to support her research on curiosity.

In an effort to reduce preschool suspensions and expulsions, UVA researchers and their partners are building a system to better teach adults how to support young children’s mental health.