In the News
In the News
How Can the Federal Government Improve Early Educator Compensation?
New America, June 2, 2021
A Golden Opportunity for Early Childhood Apprenticeships: Why the Bank Street College of Education Believes the Time is Right
Early Learning Nation, February 26, 2021
Bank Street Makes the Case for Compensation: Puts Pay at the Center of the Child Care Dialogue
Early Learning Nation, December 15, 2020
Ideal Pathways: How Ideal Learning Approaches Prepare and Support Early Childhood Educators
Trust for Learning, August 11, 2020
Rebuilding Child Care for a More Equitable Future in the Midst of COVID-19
Medium, July 7, 2020
Are our preschool teachers worth more than they were two months ago?
Brookings, April 13, 2020
The Baby Monitor Newsletter
Zero to Three, February 7, 2020
In the Papers
Spectrum News NY1, January 27, 2020
Supporting Early Childhood Educators to Promote Baby and Toddler Development
Carnegie Corporation, January 27, 2020
Some Dog Walkers Earn More Than Caregivers for Babies. Educators Want to Change That.
The Wall Street Journal, January 25, 2020
Coaching Caregivers for the Littlest Learners
The Wall Street Journal, December 22, 2019
The Best Child Care Money Can Buy
Slate, November 30, 2017
Bank Street heads to East New York to help child care providers play to their strengths
Chalkbeat, August 15, 2017
With childhood education, start early
World Economic Forum, December 13, 2016
Early Childhood Preservation
Washington Examiner, February 6, 2020
This editorial highlights the low pay of early childhood teachers and features a reference to Bank Street’s white paper, “Investing in the Birth-to-Three Workforce: A New Vision for the Foundation of All Learning.”
Rebuilding the Early Care & Education System With Equity at the Center
Capita, July 7, 2020
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, Bank Street has developed a set of five recommendations for states and policy leaders as they redesign our nation’s early care and education system with equity at the center. These recommendations are explored in a new essay published by Capita, a nonpartisan organization supporting public dialogue towards a future in which all children and families flourish.
How to End the Child-Care Crisis
New York Times, May 24, 2019
Shael Polakow-Suransky, GSE ’00, President of Bank Street College, summarizes our nation’s early child care crisis and outlines immediate next steps toward improving the quality of care provided to our country’s youngest children.
New Haven is Showing What’s Possible When We Invest in Kids Early
Education Post, July 19, 2018
Emily Sharrock, Associate Vice President, Strategy & New Program Development in the Bank Street Education Center, co-authored a blog post exploring how the New Haven Children’s Ideal Learning District partnership is working to transform the early care and education landscape in New Haven, CT.