Emiliana, Thank you for writing about this great topic. Research shows that both, teachers and parents have a great impact on supporting learning. Furthermore, research shows that the greatest impact comes from nurturing adults helping children, from their earlier years, to cope with adversity and develop resiliency. Everybody has a role, every daily interaction counts! Infants and children spend their time with their parents, grandparents, older siblings, teachers, day care providers in all kind of community solutions to child care. All these adults have a role. Nurturing interactions that promote self-regulation, positive emotional engagement, circles of communication and problem solving using higher thinking capacities with healthy emotional foundations are essential. All adults interacting with infants and children should receive support on learning how to help children self-regulate, establish warm relationships and together enjoy exploring the world and learning. There is a lot of work ahead of us, a human imperative as Stanley Greenspan would say. Thank you for all that you do to contribute to this!