- Dr. James P. Comer: His Work & Relevance for Today
March 15, 2022
Dr. James P. Comer is a leading child psychiatrist who has served as the Maurice Falk Professor of Child Psychiatry at the Yale Child Study Center since 1976.
- New Research on the History of Racial Inequities in ECE Workforce Compensation, Preparation, and Stability
March 11, 2022
Foundation for Child Development Grants in Action As a member of The Early Educator Investment Collaborative, the Foundation is pleased to share the report, Mary Pauper: A Historical Exploration of Early Care and Education Compensation, Policy, and Solutions.
- Teacher Insights on Early Childhood Assessment
March 1, 2022
New research explores teacher perspectives on assessment in early learning and how assessment practice can be strengthened to improve implementation.
- Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III: The Man, The Mindset, & Relevance for Today
February 3, 2022
As a psychologist, teacher, and historian, Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III (1933 – 2007) was a preeminent scholar whose research influenced the fields of education, child development, and social policy.
- The Foundation for Child Development Announces a New Manager of Finance and Administration and Three New Appointments to Its Board of Directors
January 20, 2022
NEW YORK, NY — The Foundation for Child Development announced that Ryan Carter has been named the new Manager of Finance and Administration.
- Roundtable Discussion: Preparing Future Early Care and Education Implementation Researchers
December 2, 2021
This roundtable webinar addresses issues related to the preparation of implementation researchers in the early care and education (ECE) field.
- Getting it Right: The Conversation Guide for Preparing the Next Generation of Implementation Researchers
November 18, 2021
The Foundation for Child Development is excited to announce the release of Getting it Right: The Conversation Guide for Preparing the Next Generation of Implementation Researchers.
- A Time Use Study of Site Support Personnel in NYC’s UPK Program
October 7, 2021
New study highlights the complexity and importance of early childhood education site support personnel in advancing quality program implementation Foundation for Child Development Grants in Action The National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) examined the critical role of New York City’s pre-kindergarten (pre-K) site support personnel and what they need to further assist program leaders and educators to provide quality early learning.