ECE

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Ed. note: The New York Times recently published an article detailing the results of a new study on classroom decorations and their effects on learning in Kindergarten. The study suggests highly-decorated classrooms could be distracting students from their learning goals. We asked some early childhood educators to weigh in. Today’s post features one of the responses we received.  […]

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Ed. note: The New York Times recently published an article detailing the results of a new study on classroom decorations and their effects on learning in Kindergarten. The study suggests highly-decorated classrooms could be distracting students from their learning goals. We asked some early childhood educators to weigh in. Today’s post features one of the […]

Ed. note: today we finish our week-long series of guest blogs on the early childhood education work force – a series we are running in honor of Worthy Wage Day, which was celebrated yesterday across the country. Click here to see the other posts in the Worthy Wage Day series.  Worthy Wage Day is a […]

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Ed. note: Today is  Worthy Wage Day,  a national day of action held annually as part of an ongoing grassroots campaign to raise public awareness of: The low wages earned by early childhood educators, and The damaging effects on young children of instability from the teacher retention crisis and chronic underfunding in early education. In […]

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Ed. note: Today is  Worthy Wage Day,  a national day of action held annually as part of an ongoing grassroots campaign to raise public awareness of: The low wages earned by early childhood educators, and The damaging effects on young children of instability from the teacher retention crisis and chronic underfunding in early education. In […]