GEEARS staff have presented at a range of local and national conferences and published extensively about early childhood issues in peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, and local and national media outlets, including: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Education Week, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Georgia Health News, Journal of the National Medical Association, Reading and Writing, Division for Early Childhood, American Educational Research Association, National Association for the Education of Young Children, Society for Research in Child Development, and many others.

Check out some of GEEARS’ original publications below. Beyond the resources/publications listed below, be sure to check out the GEEARS Readiness Radar, a suite of data and mapping tools that allows users to explore a range of data relevant to early childhood and school readiness in Georgia.

Support Extension of Postpartum Medicaid Coverage

Download a one-pager on support for an extension of pregnancy Medicaid. The Georgia Maternal Mortality Review Committee, House Study Committee on Maternal Mortality, and House Study Committee on Infant and Toddler Social and Emotional Health recommend extending access to healthcare coverage to one year postpartum.

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Advancing Opportunity: Parents’ Solutions to Georgia’s Child Care Challenges

Advancing Opportunity: Parents’ Solutions to Georgia’s Child Care Challenges is in two parts; the first includes parents’ descriptions of the nature of the challenges they experience as working families, spanning issues related to child care itself (e.g., access and affordability) and the workplace (e.g., a lack of flexibility or family-friendly policies). The second outlines proposed solutions for policymakers, employers, […]

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