Parents are valuable partners in newborn screening efforts, and education about newborn screening is important for parents. Most parents are provided information about newborn screening after their baby is born. An article in this issue of JAMA Pediatrics describes a research study that was conducted to test an earlier education program for parents about newborn screening. In the research study, parents were provided education about newborn screening during pregnancy. The study results showed that parents who had been provided with education about newborn screening were more knowledgeable, more satisfied with the newborn screening process, and more supportive of the process compared with parents who did not have this education. This study shows that newborn screening education is helpful for parents and valuable to have during pregnancy. Parents should feel comfortable asking their pediatrician, family physician, or OB/GYN about newborn screening.