Executive Director Friends Center for Children New Haven, CT
In this resource, the principles of ideal learning come to life in various pedagogical approaches, including All Our Kin, AVANCE, Bank Street College of Education, Educare, EL Education, Friends Center of New Haven, HighScope, Montessori, Reggio Emilia-inspired, Tools of the Mind, and Waldorf.
Associate Vice President, Education Center Bank Street College of Education
Early Childhood Partnerships Manager Trust for Learning Centennial, CO
Senior Public Policy Analyst National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
Former Director Office of Indian Education Programs Washington, D. C.
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