Policy Change: How to Make it Happen II

This past fall, as the nation’s 56 million children were heading back to school, Nobel-Prize-winning economist James Heckman wrote a letter to the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Reform.  His question: What’s the best way to develop human capital to increase workforce capability, enhance productivity and social cohesion, and assure America’s economic competitiveness in [... click post title to read more ...]


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Policy Change: How to Make it Happen

In Anaheim last week, NAEYC’s  national conference offered a number of great opportunities for discovering your inner policy wonk.  Here’s one that hit me right where I live—in the land where practice meets policy.

Early Wednesday morning, I joined a sizable group of ECE practitioners from across the country (and a lone person from Singapore) for [... click post title to read more ...]


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