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January 29, 2013
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Liking School Boosts Early Childhood Development

Last year, I gave into parent-pressure and caught the school-hunt bug. I found myself scouring different charter schools alongside good-intending parents hoping to nab a spot in the school that proclaimed to have the best early childhood development program. I’m … Continue reading

January 1, 2013
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Is Preschool Necessary? Deciding to Forgo Early Childhood Development

We’ve all heard that early childhood development is important. But how early is too early? I empathize with the many working moms who face a heartbreaking struggle when maternity leave is over and it’s time to leave that tender-sweet infant … Continue reading

December 28, 2012
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Early Education’s Head Start Centers Vie for Funding

There’s nothing like a little competition to keep early education centers on their toes. Enter the national Head Start program funding “competition” in which Head Start programs must prove they are worthy of federal dollars. Here’s an article that explains … Continue reading

December 27, 2012
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How the US Education Compares To Education in China

Here’s an interesting article that compares our education system in the U.S. to China’s. I personally believe that we are making headway by making preschool a priority, if only we could offer the same opportunities to our underprivileged families. How … Continue reading

December 27, 2012
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Preschool Teacher Award

Now that the kids are on winter break, are you appreciating their preschool teachers even more? I know I am. I keep wondering how my son’s teacher is able to corral 20 children into circle time, criss-cross applesauce, button lipped … Continue reading