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Little Kids, Big Questions
is a series of 12 podcasts that translates the research of early childhood development into parenting practices that mothers, fathers and other caregivers can tailor to the needs of their own child and family. Click here to listen to or download the podcasts. This podcast series is generously funded by MetLife Foundation.

Quality Improvement Center on Early Childhood

ZERO TO THREE along with the National Alliance of Children’s Trust and Prevention Funds, is partnering on a Childrens Bureau cooperative agreement awarded to the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) to create the Quality Improvement Center on Early Childhood (QIC-EC). Over the 5-year grant period, the QIC will advance innovative approaches to child abuse/neglect prevention research and support several projects implementing and evaluating these approaches. Children of parents with HIV/AIDS or substance abuse issues are a particular focus. The work focuses on building conditions or qualities – known as Protective Factors – that can reduce the likelihood of abuse and neglect when present. A distinguished, multidisciplinary panel will serve as a national advisory committee to the QIC. ZERO TO THREE Graduate Fellow Charlyn Harper Browne of CSSP is Project Director of the QIC-EC. For further information, visit www.qic-ec.org.

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