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Babies & Toddlers

If learning begins at birth, then so does the education beat. Research shows the first three years are the most important period of development in what experts call “brain architecture.” This architecture “provides the foundation for all future learning, behavior, and health,” according to the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University.

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Data/Research: Babies and Toddlers
In the earliest years, learning and development is intertwined with health, nutrition, and family income and stability
History and Background: Babies and Toddlers
Publicly funded child care in the U.S. primarily functions as a support for low-income families, so they can work or go to school
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