Latest Kindergarten Stories
By Jennie Tal firstname.lastname@example.org 981-3269 Teaching isn't always just about pencils and lined paper, as Mount Pleasant Elementary School kindergarten teacher Martha Kelly can tell you.
By DANI MCCLAIN Enrollment in Milwaukee Head Start programs is expected to pick up this month, as parents scramble to get their 3- and 4-year-olds into the federally subsidized early childhood education program.
By Dani McClain, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aug. 4--Enrollment in Milwaukee Head Start programs is expected to pick up this month, as parents scramble to get their 3- and 4-year-olds into the federally subsidized early childhood education program.
By Special to Banner, The Duncan Banner, Okla. Aug. 3--On Aug. 14, Duncan Elementary Schools will open their doors to parents and students alike as part of a new tradition shared by thousands of schools across America.
By Mark Agee, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Aug. 3--More special-education students will have the opportunity to go to mainstream preschools after a pilot program last year that officials say was a success.
By Carole Brand, The Enterprise Ledger, Ala. Aug. 2--Coffee County Schools kindergartners received an advanced opportunity to meet teachers, school staff and principals in the annual Jumpstart program designed for students starting school.
By Campbell, Carole S KINDERGARTEN COUNTDOWN! By Educational Productions, Inc. (2007). (For home use only) www. kindergartencountdown. com 18 minutes; $19.99 Kindergarten Countdown! is a DVD designed for parents and their kindergarten-age children to view and discuss together.
By McEntire, Nancy Cesarone, Bernard DOES PREKINDERGARTEN IMPROVE SCHOOL PREPARATION AND PERFORMANCE? Katherine A. Magnuson, Christopher Ruhm, & Jane Waldfogel. Economics of Education Review, Vol. 26, No. 1 (February 2007): 33-51.
By McEntire, Nancy Cesarone, Bernard The National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) http:/ /nieer.org NIEER supports early childhood education initiatives by providing objective, nonpartisan information based on research related to education for 3- and 4-year-olds.
By Marilyn Brown, Tampa Tribune, Fla. Aug. 1--Florida's voluntary prekindergarten program begins its fourth year in 2008-09. It operates as a taxpayer-funded voucher program for 4-year-olds and is mostly in private and faith-based schools.