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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 28, 2012
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Common Core: US Education Overhaul?

Did you know there is a US Education curriculum in the works?  President Obama introduced Common Core—an initiative that would mandate what every child learns in our classrooms. It will track children from kindergarten through high school and into their … 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 21, 2012
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US Education vs Asian Indian Education

In a previous post, I spoke about the seven children who walked into my son’s kindergarten class as fluent readers. The one thing these children all have in common—other than the fact that they can read at a first grade … Continue reading