Most Recent News

Most Recent News

OCTOBER UPDATE FROM TRUST FOR LEARNING

From the Trust: The Trust is excited to announce that we will be co-hosting a webinar with LENA Grow entitled “Creating Inclusive and Equitable Classroom Experiences” on Thursday, November 14 at 12:30pm ET!… Read more

AUGUST UPDATE FROM TRUST FOR LEARNING

From the Trust: The Trust attended a fascinating gathering last month, hosted by the Children’s Equity Project and the Bipartisan Policy Center, with the shared goal of developing an equity policy agenda for early childhood… Read more

JULY UPDATE FROM TRUST FOR LEARNING

From the Trust: The Trust’s mission is to advance equity in early childhood education, by making sure that each child has access to the high-quality, developmental, whole-child education that enables them to thrive – which we call Ideal Learning… Read more

JUNE UPDATE FROM TRUST FOR LEARNING

From the Trust: Last week, the Ideal Learning Roundtable (ILR) convened for a two-day meeting in Washington, DC. Members discussed the history and progress of the group to date, as well as collaborative initiatives, joint advocacy… Read more

May Update from Trust for Learning

From the Trust: This week at the HighScope International Conference in Detroit, Nikole Hannah-Jones highlighted the racial disparities that continue to exist within our education system 65 years after the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision Brown v. Board of Education that declared school segregation… Read more

APRIL UPDATE FROM TRUST FOR LEARNING

From the Trust: At the Trust, our mission is to ensure that all children, regardless of background, have access to the high-quality, developmental, whole-child education that enables them to thrive, which we call Ideal Learning. Read more

March Update from Trust for Learning

This month’s edition explores diversity in Ideal Learning settings and approaches, a visit to Breakthrough Montessori, a publicly-funded school in Washington, DC, and The Brady Education Foundation’s recently awarded grants in support of their Montessori research. Read more