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From hot dogs, to automobiles, to diesel fuel, Americans have been touched by plenty of German inventions. Kindergarten ("children-garden") is one of them. The program for educating youngsters through playing and social interaction,...

source: The Economist

Chally Grundwag, a mental health consultant, faced three teachers gathered around a pint-size preschool table. "What kind of kids really push your buttons?" she asked the group. The teachers at Kidango's Dorsa Center in San Jose thought...

source: The Hechinger Report

Georgia’s Department of Early Care and Learning was recently awarded a $2.9 million grant from the federal government. The goal of the grant is to support young children and their parents who live in the most underserved areas....

source: The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Every early childhood teacher has heard similar complaints from young children. Many of us move in quickly to insist that the "greedy, selfish" child share some of the coveted item with the newcomer. Refusing to share is often treated as a crime in the eyes of adults. While...

source: Earlychildhood News

After campaigning on the expansion of preschool and other early-childhood programs, many of the nation's newly elected governors are following through with budget proposals that include money to support children from cradle to school entry. One of the largest proposals is...

source: Education Week

More large cities are taking the lead when it comes to providing pre-K programs, but a new study finds that less than half of the 40 largest cities in the country meet a research organization's quality benchmarks for these programs....

source: Education Week


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