A new report analyzes the economic cost and benefits of funding evidence-based early-childhood programs in N.H.
A recent report gave N.H. a D+ grade for work and family policies that support working women.
The Business of Child Care Initiative is helping Coos County child care providers sharpen their business skills.
For New Hampshire to prosper, it needs to meet the complex challenges of childhood poverty with solutions that focus on healthy child development.
Another economist adds his voice to the call for universal early childhood education.
Children are bearing the brunt of the economic recession in New Hampshire.
The best community development work, like saving one of the largest early education centers in the state's largest city, creates ripples that benefit a community for many years to come.
Many N.H. families would benefit if state and federal governments partnered to provide access to and adequately fund to early childhood services and programs.
Studies show a strong correlation between children being read to during their early years and their academic success.