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"The young children of today will soon grow into the middle-schoolers of the next decade, the high school graduates of the late 2020s, and the citizens and workforce of the future. By paying attention to the way today’s young children use technologies and media, and by tailoring policies to ensure that educators are prepared to help them, policymakers can promote environments that give learners every chance to succeed. A new brief from the Early Education Initiative at New America, entitled "Envisioning a Digital Age Architecture for Early Education" lays out the beginnings of a new architecture for 21st-century policymaking." Download the brief and read more from Lisa Guernsey at the New America Foundation.