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In Florida, when the temperatures are in the low 80s, your car can heat up to over 100 degrees in just a matter or minutes! Know the dangers of leaving infants and toddlers in hot vehicles! Read more about our Look Before You Lock campaign and help raise awareness on this child safety issue!



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Early Education News

Building a Better, Smarter Daycare

1/23/2015 - The National Journal

Early-childhood development is the rare issue that unites liberals and conservatives, nearly all of whom agree that the first few years of a child's life are a time of crucial social and intellectual formation. Yet policymakers and educators rarely pay much attention to the adults who spend their days with young children, particularly child-care workers.

Affordable, high-quality childcare for all must be a priority

1/20/2015 -

....For practical reasons, we still needed both incomes and health benefits. And as a two-teacher family, we knew that, developmentally, children who have access to high-quality early education are given a running start. We wanted our children to have the social and academic benefits.

U.S. Early-Ed Official: 'No More Exciting Time to be Working in Early Learning'

1/13/1025 - Education Week

Libby Doggett, who oversees early-childhood policy for the U.S. Department of Education, has a long history in the field, including work with the National Head Start Association and the Pew Charitable Trusts, where she led the philanthropy's Home Visiting campaign and its Pre-K Now initiative.

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