Supporting Research

Itasca Report: Evaluation of Minnesota’s Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge- Scholarships and Title I PreK Incentives, Minnesota Departmant of Education, Published 2013.

NAZ Report:Evaluation of Minnesota’s Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge- Scholarships and Title I PreK Incentives, Minnesota Departmant of Education, Published 2013.

St. Paul Promise Neighborhood Report:Evaluation of Minnesota’s Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge- Scholarships and Title I PreK Incentives, Minnesota Departmant of Education, Published 2013.

Inequality Policy Brief: Responding to Rising Inequality: Policy Interventions That Ensure Opportunity for All, Hass Institute, UC Berkley, Published 2014.

Minnesota’s Tomorrow:Equity Is the Superior Growth Model, PolicyLink, published 2014.

Minnesota School Readiness Study: Developmental Assessment at Kindergarten Entrance Fall 2009, Minnesota Department of Education, published April 2010.

Minnesota’s One Child School Readiness Dividend, by J. Diaz and R. Chase, Wilder Research, published July 2012.

Ounceofprevention.org

In Brief: The Science of Early Childhood Development. Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University, Excessive Stress Disrupts the Architecture of the Developing Brain. Center on the Developing

The State of Preschool 2011. National Institute for Early Education Research. 2011

The cost burden to Minnesota K-12 when children are unprepared for Kindergarten. Richard Chase, Brandon Coffee-Borden, Paul Anton, Christopher Moore and Jennifer Valorose. Prepared for The Bush Foundation, December 2008.

Early Childhood Development: Economic Development with a High Public Return. Arthur J. Rolnick and Rob Grunewald, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 2003.

• HCRC’s Midwest Expansion of the Child-Parent Center Education Program: http://www.humancapitalrc.org/midwestcpc/index.cfm

Closing the Achievment Gap in Academic Performance, Ounce of Prevention Fund

Preventing the achievement gap, Heckman Equation

For more information, please contact:

Drew Henry, MinneMinds Campaign Manager
952-851-7228
dhenry@tunheim.com