he need for a sustained, targeted improvement of Massachusetts early education programs is captured by some disturbing numbers from 2011. According to research done by the Children’s Investment Fund, 20 percent of facilities had one or more classrooms with no windows. A third had inadequate heating and cooling. Two-thirds lacked sufficient technology for teachers. That’s why the re-authorization of the Early Education and Out-of-School Time Capital Fund (EEOST Capital Fund) in the state’s housing bond bill is such important news.