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Council for Exceptional Children. Division for Early Childhood, National Association for the Education of Young Children, National Head Start Association (U.S.), 2013
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This paper, "Frameworks for Response to Intervention in Early Childhood: Description and Implications," has been jointly developed by the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children, the National Association for the…
Snow Kyle L., November, 2012
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of the implications of the Common Core standards for state kindergarten policies related to length of school day, age of entry, and teacher preparation
Vesely Colleen K., Ginsberg Mark R., 2011
Reports & Papers
Immigrants make up at least 15 percent of the population in more than 50 countries (Matthews & Ewen 2006). In 2005, "One in every three international migrants lived in Europe and one in every four international migrants lived in North America" (…
Stephens Samuel A., 2010
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In 2009 a study was conducted of Quality New York (QNY), a New York City-based AFP, to determine what the AFP's contributions were to improvements in program quality (Stephens, 2009). The study's findings are informative and have implications beyond…
McDonald Davida, January 2009
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An overview of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) early childhood education program accreditation process and the ways in which the accreditation process can support improvements in child care and early education…
McDonald Davida, December, 2007
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An overview of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) early childhood education program accreditation process and the ways in which the accreditation process can support improvements in child care and early education…
Strickland Dorothy, Riley-Ayers Shannon, 2007
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A leader's guide to early literacy standards, curricula, practices, assessments, staff development, advocacy, and related collaboration with parents
Fox Lise K., Lentini Rochelle H., November, 2006
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Peer Reviewed
A discussion of the second tier of the "teaching pyramid model" which emphasizes planned instruction and teaching strategies for aiding young children with social and emotional issues
Kagan Sharon Lynn, Carroll Jude, Comer James P., September 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the role of complementary curricula in facilitating children?s transition between prekindergarten and kindergarten, based on an analysis of curricula from prekindergarten and kindergarten programs in four communities
Goldstein Anne, July 2006
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Peer Reviewed
An overview of strategies used by states to develop a system of early childhood education and care programs that support the health and development of infants and toddlers
Kordt-Thomas Chad, Lee Ilene M., May 2006
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Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the use of floor time for play in early childhood settings, based on reflections and observations of a preschool teacher and his students in the San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California
Ordonez-Jasis Rosario, Ortiz Robert W., 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A paper describing strategies for early child educators to work with culturally diverse families to create comprehensive and culturally relevant family literacy programs
Rhodes Michelle, Enz Billie, LaCount Marilyn, 2006
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Peer Reviewed
A description of Leaps and Bounds: A Kindergarten Readiness Program designed to help educate and support primarily Spanish-speaking, low income families
Mass Yvette, Cohan Kathleen Ann, 2006
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Peer Reviewed
A description of Home Connections to Learning, a program designed to help families learn methods to help their children build foundational skills
Derman-Sparks Louise, Ramsey Patricia G., November, 2005
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Peer Reviewed
A discussion about assumptions and misconceptions held by teachers about the purposes of anti-bias/multicultural education for white children and its implementation in classrooms with no apparent racial, ethnic, or cultural diversity, with a…