What is Learning Labs?

Learning Labs is a national movement to radically improve early learning (birth to age 5) for all children in the United States.

Funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the movement consists of a partnership of four innovative, diverse organizations across the country located in Florida, Hawai'i, Mississippi, and Washington State.

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Early Learning Newswire

Change how little kids learn and you change the future

cleveland.com, January 17, 2010

Those who champion prodigious investments in Greater Cleveland's at-risk children as the most effective way to reverse this community's decline have some powerful new allies.

Day care centers should follow same standards

pennlive.com, January 21, 2010

After decades of dispute, a recent court decision finally might put to rest the notion that day care centers should be treated differently depending on whether they are religious-based.

Wash. Gov. Gregoire proposes enhanced preschool

The News Tribune (Washington), January 18, 2010

Gov. Chris Gregoire said Monday that she wants all preschools for children ages 3 and 4 to be certified by the state.

Former Gov. Bush joins Crist on education issues

Education Week, January 18, 2010

Former Gov. Jeb Bush and some key players from his administration are doing their best to keep education on the front burner with legislators in tight budget times.