Resources for Recovery: Early Childhood and Early Care

The American Institutes for Research remains committed to providing state and local leaders and community members with evidence-based tools and services to help navigate this disrupted and emerging landscape.  In addition to the support we provide through the many Federal and foundation-funded support centers that we operate, AIR has invested in a number of activities that have provided resources to our state and local partners at no charge. 

Resources for Recovery: Early Childhood and Early Care includes resources for a range of stakeholders who are responsible for the care and support of young children.  This includes strategies for addressing the unique needs of younger learners and their caregivers as well as tools for supporting families in promoting early learning at home.  There are also resources for the foster care community and for building trust and well-being through trauma-informed care.

For more information about the Resources for Recovery series, please contact: Makini Nyanteh, Vice President, Communications & Public Affairs, via email at, or by phone at 202-403-5902.