Triangle Community Foundation and United Way Partner for Early Literacy

The North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation (NCECF) is partnering with the United Way of the Greater Triangle, Triangle Community Foundation and community coalitions in Chatham, Durham, Johnston, Orange and Wake counties to ensure children are on a pathway to grade-level…

Pathways to Grade-Level Reading – What do we know?

In 2016, state leaders – working with a Data Action Team composed of 30 experts from North Carolina’s leading universities, research institutes, government agencies, businesses and think tanks – identified shared birth-to-eight, whole-child measures of success to put children on…

Early Learning and The Every Student Succeeds Act: Are You Prepared?

The North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation will be hosting a pre-conference at the National Smart Start Conference on strengthening birth-to-eight alignment through the Every Student Succeeds Act. The session will be on May 1, 2017 in Greensboro, NC. The Every …

Learning to read vs. reading to learn

What makes an effective reading teacher? A new study shows that the answer may differ for those teaching very young children versus those teaching the upper elementary grades. A study released in December from the Education Policy Initiative at Carolina…

Join the Pathways Team

The North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation is seeking to a hire a consultant to manage the next phase of the NC Pathways to Grade-Level Reading initiative. Download the RFP.…