East Whittier City School District is expanding its program for the state’s newest grade: transitional kindergarten (TK).
As California’s rating system for preschools transitions from federal funding to state and county support, educators are reflecting on what has worked and what might still need to be fine-tuned.
The rise of mixed-race families raises challenges that might not be easy for parents and their young children to navigate.
Preschoolers from low-income families waiting for a preschool seat may not get it in 2017 if Governor Jerry Brown’s austere budget proposal passes.
Head Start centers that serve children of farmworkers in Florida have seen a 43 percent drop in enrollment this year. Teachers blame fear of deportation.
Head Start funding and access is uneven across the states, according to new report. California programs don't have enough funds to provide quality services to all eligible children.
In a new report, economists found a 13 percent return on investment from public preschool spending. That's nearly twice the amount they'd previously estimated.