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January 12, 2013
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Adult Literacy Is a Challenge in the U.S. – Early Childhood Development a Must

If you couldn’t read, how would you get a job, pay bills or rent an apartment? Adult literacy remains a challenge in the U.S. and why parents, teachers and caregivers must focus on early childhood development. When I was about … 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

December 21, 2012
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Read, Cuddle, Bond – Or Toss ‘em an E-Book? Fostering Early Childhood Development

When it’s time to play rough, my two boys know daddy’s their go-to guy. But when it’s time to settle down and read, it’s all me. My son’s kindergarten requires us to submit a monthly log of the books we … Continue reading

November 11, 2012
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7 Ways to Teach Your Child to Read & Boost Early Childhood Development

7 Ways to Teach Your Child to Read Cutbacks in early childhood development nationwide underscore the need for parental involvement in our children’s learning. Dwindling funds have forced school officials in dozens of states, notably California, to cut spending, not … Continue reading