Rethinking Education Accountability to Encourage Early Learning Strategies

November 14, 2014 by Elliot Regenstein, Senior Vice President, Advocacy and Policy at Ounce of Prevention Fun
Elliot Regenstein

Research on brain development shows that kids need their education to start at birth and that some children are falling behind before they even turn two. But current education accountability policies push superintendents to invest in later years instead of early learning. What will it take to have rigorous education accountability that encourages investment in early learning?

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