Resources

FPG’s local, state, national, and global reach includes a vast array of highly anticipated and widely respected scholarly publications and other valuable resources, which take numerous forms for multiple audiences at home and abroad. Over the past 12 months, people from over 180 countries have relied on FPG resources to inform and enhance the lives of young children and their families.

Recent Resources

  • Early intervention (EI) and early childhood special education (ECSE) practitioners participating in the Child Outcomes Summary (COS) process must understand age-expected development, the...
    Reports and Policy Briefs
  • From the introduction: "The articles written for this special issue on international education of the gifted from Australia, England, Ireland, and Spain all reflect active agendas in...
    Journal Articles
  • Baby Talk is free and distributed monthly. All issues feature resources that are high quality and readily available at no cost. The archive is here.In issue 83, April 2018:New Ways to...
    Other Resources
  • Interpreting year-to-year change in statewide child outcomes data requires understanding the possible reasons for fluctuations. This brief is designed to help stakeholders learn what...
    Reports and Policy Briefs
  • FPG's Desiree Murray and Duke Center for Child and Family Policy's Katie Rosanbalm co-authored these free snapshots for practitioners and educators to use for each of six...
    Reports and Policy Briefs