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    Missouri: Early Head Start Initiative

    Learn how Missouri builds on Early Head Start by developing partnerships between EHS and community-based child care providers to provide EHS services to additional children in child care settings.

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    Kansas: Early Head Start Initiative

    Learn how Kansas builds on Early Head Start by developing partnerships between EHS and community-based child care providers.

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    Nebraska: Early Head Start Initiative

    Since 1999, Nebraska’s Early Head Start Infant/Toddler Quality Initiative has supported Early Head Start and community child care partnerships to improve the quality and professionalism of infant and…

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    Does Congress Have a New Year’s Resolution for Babies?

    Funding decisions will once again need to be made for the many programs important to infants and toddlers that are funded through the annual appropriations process (discretionary programs).

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    The America Within Our Reach

    In his State of the Union speech tonight before a joint session of Congress, President Obama challenged the country to “Think about the America within our reach,” one that leads in education, creates…

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    Baby Champion on Morning Joe

    Amidst the chatter last Thursday on the MSNBC program Morning Joe, Howard Dean once again emerged as a voice for babies in the debate on how to improve education in America.

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    Countdown to NTI

    This Thursday, December 8, ZERO TO THREE will kick off its 26th National Training Institute (NTI) here in Washington, DC.

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    Blogging NTI: A Return to the Neighborhood (and the Neurons)

    The 26th National Training Institute (NTI) has begun! The opening plenary fittingly featured Dr. Deborah Phillips guiding us back to the neighborhood and the brain development that occurs there, las…

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    Blogging NTI: The Virtual Policy Booth

    he ZERO TO THREE Policy Center booth is always the center of activity at the National Training Institute (NTI)—well, maybe we’re a little biased.

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    Bryan Samuels Gives a Call to Action at the Policy Plenary

    At 8 o'clock this morning the Maryland Ballroom filled with 1,600 people to hear Bryan Samuels, Commissioner of the Administration on Children, Youth, and Families at the U.S. Department of Health an…

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    Blogging NTI: Vincent Felitti Shows that Early Experiences Do Matter Later in Life

    The seeds of many of our most common and intractable public health problems are sown early in life through adverse experiences that surface years later as chronic disease, addiction, and destructive …

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    Blogging NTI: Friday’s Question of the Day

    To get some feedback from the infant-toddler professionals attending NTI about what is important for policymakers to know, we’re asking the “Question of the Day”.