We understand that early childhood education is critical to the development of children and their success in school and beyond. That's why we're committed to conducting rigorous research to help identify the best practices for supporting the growth and development of children.
Our longitudinal studies on workforce development and retention in the early childhood education field will help us understand the factors that contribute to high-quality care for children. We'll be examining things like staff turnover rates, job satisfaction, and professional development opportunities to better understand what makes early childhood educators successful and how we can best support them in their work.
Our research on the impact of family advocacy coaching on student outcomes when children enter elementary school will provide valuable insights into the ways that parents can support their children's success in school. We'll be looking at things like parent engagement, communication, and the use of strategies that promote positive academic and social-emotional development.
Now is the time for you to give back by helping provide warm, loving and children-centered classrooms to neurodiverse kids in the Bronx!