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This new report contains snapshots of 11 educator development approaches — All Our Kin, AVANCE, Bank Street College of Education, Educare, EL Education, Friends Center for Children, HighScope, Montessori, Reggio Emilia-inspired, Tools of the Mind, and Waldorf — and analyzes themes, tensions, barriers, and opportunities to scale equitably within and across them.
Drawing from the strength of world-renowned early childhood approaches including Montessori, Reggio Emilia, Friends Center for Children, Tools of the Mind, Bank Street College of Education, and Waldorf, these principles outline core concepts that form the foundation of quality early education or “Ideal Learning.”
Through partnering with organizations that already participate in Head Start, Ideal Learning programs can expand their reach to serve children from low-resourced and disadvantaged communities.
The Brady Education Foundation announces the awarding of two grants for measurement development in support of its larger multi-year randomized control study of public Montessori’s potential for closing the opportunity and achievement gaps.
Originally presented at NAEYC’s Annual Conference and Expo in November 2018, these slides discuss NH ChILD’s work in bringing developmental early learning to more children in the New Haven area.
Originally presented at NAEYC’s Annual Conference and Expo in November 2018, these slides detail implementing high-quality developmental models from leaders of Montessori, Waldorf, and Tools of the Mind approaches.