Resources

Parent Research Findings Report

This report contains the full results of the Parents as Consumers of Early Childhood Education research.

Parent Research Summary: Parent Aspirations and Motivations for Early Childhood Education

Parents’ goals, motivations and activities to support their children’s early development are comprehensively documented in the Trust for Learning’s Parents as Consumers research.

Parent Research Talking Points

Reference these talking points when discussing the parent research with advocates, policymakers and colleagues.

Parent Research Infographic #9

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FACEBOOK POST #9: Parents believe that children do best when they have both in- and out-of-home educational experiences before kindergarten. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #9: Parents believe children do best when they have personalized educational experiences before kindergarten. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

 

Parent Research Infographic #8

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FACEBOOK POST #8: New research explores parent aspirations and motivations when it comes to seeking out early childhood education programs for their children via the Trust for Learning. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #8: New research explores parents’ motivations when it comes to #ECE programs for their children via @trustfrlearning. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

 

Parent Research Infographic #7

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FACEBOOK POST #7: Parents find it important that their child is encouraged to be curious and creative in early learning. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #7: Parents find it important that their child is encouraged to be curious and creative in early learning. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

 

Parent Research Infographic #6

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FACEBOOK POST #6: New research from the Trust for Learning shows that parents believe teachers should focus on the abilities, interests and potential of each child. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #6: Research shows that parents believe teachers should focus on the interests and potential of each child. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

 

Parent Research Infographic #5

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FACEBOOK POST #5: Research shows that parents look for #ECE programs that provide hands-on learning for their child. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #5: Research shows that parents look for #ECE programs that provide hands on learning for their child. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

 

Parent Research Infographic #4

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FACEBOOK POST #4: Research shows that parents want early childhood education experiences that prepare their children to become capable, well-rounded members of society. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #4: Parents want #ECE programs that prepare their children to become capable, well-rounded members of society. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

Parent Research Infographic #3

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FACEBOOK POST #3: New research from the Trust for Learning shows that parents’ primary concern is ensuring that #ECE programs support the growth of their child through personalized approaches to development. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #3: Parents are looking for #ECE programs that support the growth of their child through personalized learning. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10