Latest Universal preschool Stories
By Michael Schaffer, The Oskaloosa Herald, Iowa Jul. 2--NEW SHARON -- Four Preschool Committee members met for nearly two hours Tuesday afternoon to finalize details in a letter outlining how the new preschool and day care at the North Mahaska Early Childhood Education Center would look and operate.
By Grafwallner, Rolf House of Sweden, 2900 K St., NW, Washington, DC According to a recent OECD report, Starting Strong, Sweden ranks as one of the most successful school systems in the world, largely because of a well- designed universal early childhood system.
By Abby Souza, Merced Sun-Star, Calif. Jul. 1--Minority and children from low-income families would get the most out of a high-quality preschool program, but they are the least likely to be going to one, according to the recently released RAND California Preschool study. The RAND Corp.
By Neil Gonzales, San Mateo County Times, Calif. Jun. 18--Josue Juarez reached a milestone Tuesday in his very young life. He graduated from preschool. Compared with many children his age, the 5-year-old from Redwood City now has an academic edge going into kindergarten this fall.
A new study showed that the children who could especially benefit from preschool are the least likely to be in it, such as, Latinos, blacks, those whose parents have low education and those from economically disadvantaged families.
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 31 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- WHAT More than 2,500 parents, children, preschool providers and educators are expected to gather at the Universal Preschool Conference and Education Expo on Sept.
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