Resources by Topic: Parent Research

Parent Research Infographic #5

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FACEBOOK POST #5: Research shows that parents look for #ECE programs that provide hands-on learning for their child. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #5: Research shows that parents look for #ECE programs that provide hands on learning for their child. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

Parent Research Infographic #4

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FACEBOOK POST #4: Research shows that parents want early childhood education experiences that prepare their children to become capable, well-rounded members of society. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #4: Parents want #ECE programs that prepare their children to become capable, well-rounded members of society. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

Parent Research Infographic #3

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FACEBOOK POST #3: New research from the Trust for Learning shows that parents’ primary concern is ensuring that #ECE programs support the growth of their child through personalized approaches to development. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #3: Parents are looking for #ECE programs that support the growth of their child through personalized learning. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

Parent Research Infographic #2

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FACEBOOK POST #2: New research from the Trust for Learning shows that parents clearly see highly personalized learning as ideal and that it starts with teachers. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #2: New research shows that parents clearly see highly personalized learning as ideal. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

Parent Research Infographic #1

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FACEBOOK POST #1: Parents look for #ECE programs that nurture a child’s uniqueness and personality. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10

TWEET #1: Parents look for #ECE programs that nurture a child’s uniqueness and personality. http://bit.ly/2wgUu10