Under my umbrella, I am dry. Fingers wiggle like rain coming down. I wait until the improvement of preschool education stop.
Clap hands together on the word stop. Now no umbrella on my top! Since 2002, the National Institute for Early Education Research has provided independent, research-based analysis and technical assistance to inform policy supporting high-quality early education for all young children. NIEER is committed to providing nonpartisan research that enhances the early childhood education field and encourages policies and practices promoting the physical, cognitive and social-emotional development children need to thrive in school and beyond. Use this guide to view NIEER research by topical area. Past and current supporters of research performed by NIEER include: The Pew Charitable Trusts, Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Fund for New Jersey, Geraldine R.
Dodge Foundation, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, The Prudential Foundation, The Schumann Fund for New Jersey, Smith Richardson Foundation, Tulsa Community Foundation, and the U. A unit of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Founded in 2002, NIEER improves children’s lives by promoting early learning and development through research informing effective, evidence-based policy. New from NIEER State Pre-K Effects on Early Learning New research analyzes effects of eight state preschool programs at kindergarten entry, recommends raising classroom quality and adopting continuous improvement policies. Explore our Policy Research NIEER offers research-based advice and technical assistance to advance quality early education. Reports address a variety of topics related to policy, practice and opinion.