This article presents a framework for thinking about the many ways early childhood administrators influence the quality of their programs, and then looks more broadly at the concept of distributed leadership in an organization.
Our afternoon of raking leaves opened my eyes to the opportunities everyday chores can offer for playing, exploring, and discovering. Here are some of the chores around our home that we have found to be exciting.
The National Power to the Profession Taskforce released a statement based on findings from the newly-published study, “Transforming the Financing of Early Care and Education,” by National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
With support, teachers find kindergarten readiness assessments beneficial—they can use the assessment results to create rich, engaging learning environments that are well matched to children’s needs and interests.
Elliot Regenstein, Maia C. Connors, Rio Romero-Jurado, Joyce Weiner