8 results for "journal "
Accessing and Reading Research Journals NHSA Dialog
Accessing and Reading Research Journals NHSA Dialog dialog_cover.png
The world of early childhood education is much talked about these days, but it’s not always well-understood. Sometimes it may seem like there are more research articles on preschool than there are four-year-olds in classrooms. No matter your level of experience in the field, the sheer amount of research out there can be overwhelming.
In case you missed the news last week, be sure to catch up with a few articles collected by NHSA. 1. Where Parents Train While Their Kids Learn Via the National Journal "I first took him out of curiosity," said Gutierrez, 38, a native of Mexico City. "But now I not only know better how the school works, but it's helped me grow as a parent, and now I can go further and prepare myself for a better job."
Interested in sharing this content?
This month the spotlight shines on Bruce E.L.M. Strothers as our honored alum of the month. Throughout his career and adult life, Bruce has been an outstanding professional and compassionate advocate who never fails to assist causes he believes in.
Something I hear often from opponents of Head Start or even just people who aren’t familiar with Head Start or Early Head Start is that the programs don’t work. If you haven’t met Head Start alumni, it’s easy to take someone else’s word for it, but as part of this community I’ve always found comments about Head Start having no effect frustrating, because I see amazing results everywhere I go.