Learning Environments

Learning Environments

Separate But Not Equal (Video 2)

By Mark A. Elgart, Ed.D

View "Separate But Not Equal," the second of the three part Education Advantage video series.

The Education Advantage video series:

Part 1: The Poverty Paradigm


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The Economics of Early Childhood Investments

Executive Office of the President of the United States

This White House report introduces the early childhood...

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Quality Preschool Matters

By Ashley Preston, M.Ed.

Mark* entered preschool at three years old with limited verbal skills, behavior challenges, and a lack of basic social skills. I will never forget the day he climbed into the sand table and contently sat there playing and exploring. It was evident that he had a long way to go before he was...

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Right From the Start: Scaling Up Early Childhood Coaching

By Lindsey Allard Agnamba, Ed.D.

Many school districts and professional development entities use coaches to “tighten the connection between the training they provide in external institutes and teachers’ application of the strategies in their classrooms” [4]. To...

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Understanding the “Why”: How Research is Improving Early Childhood Education

By Gloria Julius, Ed.D.

Researchers for the National Research Council[1] agree that brain development from birth to age five is more aggressive than at any other point in a person’s life, even though our brains...

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