Why Mr. Rogers still matters (a lot)

Mary Harrison, Ph.D., Research Associate at CEED, shared her thoughts about why filmmakers and TV producers continue to revisit both the life and philosophy of the real Mr. Rogers and the imaginary world of characters that he created.

Supporting Preemies and Their Parents

Katee L. Spaeth discusses her perspective on Premature babies and Their Parents: Providing Information and Support to Promote Optimal Development.

Tackling the Tough Stuff

This article highlights the session, Tackling the Tough Stuff: Supporting Families at Risk Through Reflection and Relationship from the 2019 Minnesota Early Intervention Summer Institute.

Reflective Practice Center at CEED

Our new center, funded by the Lynne & Andrew Redleaf Foundation, provides education and support for reflective practice.

Child Development in Child Welfare

We partner with the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare to offer online training and reflective consultation, publications, and events that apply child development research to the child welfare system.