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Data Sources on Parents

Parents of Young Children, Birth to Age 5

Zero to Three's mission is to promote the healthy development of our nation's infants and toddlers by supporting and strengthening families, communities, and those who work on their behalf. It is dedicated to:
  • Advancing current knowledge
  • Promoting beneficial policies and practices
  • Communicating research and best practices to a wide variety of audiences
  • Providing training, technical assistance and leadership development.
Research-based information, analysis, and resources is available on an array of topics under the Parenting A-Z section.

The Center for Early Childhood Research at the University of Chicago has a continuing two-fold mission: to study the biological, social, and psychological factors that affect the development of young children, and to expand the public understanding of early child development by sharing the findings of this research with educators, parents, policy makers, and the general public.


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