Usually it's worth tuning out when New Yorkers talk about New York stuff as though it's the only place on earth. But this year's mayor's race could really matter.
Sweden enrolls 100 percent of 3-year-olds in preschool. We enroll 51 percent.
We talk with The New Republic reporter on his searing expose of the American child-care system.
The Nobel prize-winning economist on the research behind pre-K proposals like today's by President Obama.
The full details of Obama's push to expand early education are out — and they're ambitious. Read them here.
Two major randomized studies have been conducted to estimate the effects of early childhood education. They both find huge benefits.
High-quality preschools and quality kindergarten have been shown to have large effects on income years into the future. But a new study suggests that those benefits may be concentrated in those kids who are already healthy, and who may also be getting a boost from parental favoritism.
The Chicago Teachers union has laid out in detail what it wants to do to fix schools. It'll cost over $700 million.