Amy Hoffman One of my earliest childhood memories was watching the camera pan over the landscape as it zoomed in to Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. I enjoyed meeting the neighbors who would show up at his
Deirdre Manley The CLASS is multi-faceted and complex. It’s no surprise new and old CLASS participants carry around and pass on misconceptions about it. Here are four common misconceptions about CLASS and ways we can
Beth Simon In the wake of yet another devastating shooting of America’s young people the Program Quality Assessment team extends its deepest sympathies and condolences to the victims and the families of the victims in
Angel L. Avery-Wright I recently attended my fourth Early Childhood Education Summit in State College, PA. As a returning participant, I had some general ideas of what to expect but, as always, there were surprises.
Regina Wright The education of young children is extremely important. To help children learn and grow, parents must take an active role in what their children are learning and how their brain is developing. The