What are the most common ways for new parents to put in practice early childhood education?
I'm asking because it seems there is enough information available that one would expect to find trainers, facilitators or even groups of people applying or teaching programs of preschool education, by both either public or private institutions.
What follows is all the findings that makes me think that's the case:
I watched the documentary "My Brilliant Brain: Born Genius" where they refer to the Abecedarian Project, in that investigation, a group of children that were exposed to early childhood education observed long-term benefits, such as higher scores in intelligence tests than those children that weren't exposed to the program.
Due to the importance in the findings on the Abecedarian Project, I also asked for any peer-reviewed or follow-up studies on the subject, but the only studies I could find were those listed on the project's page.
Also searching for related information it seems that there are multiple programs available by the name of The Abecedarian Approach that offer similar results. Among them, I am aware of at least one of them that has some of the investigators in the original project (Craig T. Ramey and Joseph J. Sparling).
There is also a YouTube channel by the New America foundation with some videos on the subject. Like for instance Too Much Evidence to Ignore: New Findings on the Impact of Quality Preschool at Scale
Also looking for related books, it seems all the investigators in the original project have published some literature on the subject:
Based on all that information, it seems there is enough material available for specialized training on early childhood education, that's why I'm asking in the first place.