The US Department of Education just tweeted support for a report from "Common Sense Kids Action": https://www.commonsensemedia.org/kids-action/our-initiatives/the-right-start-commission, a recomendation for "universal access to quailty early ed." I took a look.
The major thrust: Create a "consumer's report" on tech-ed products. The group is supported by the Gates Foundation: http://www.scoop.it/t/bill-melinda-gates-foundation/?tag=Common+Sense+Media.
I posted three comments to their tweet:
(1) Worried about this: "quality" early childhood ed sometimes = too much academics, testing. (2) I don't see much representation from preschool teachers in commonsense long list of advisors.
(3) commonsense supported by Gates, to inform teachers about ed-tech products.