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Preschools and Early Learning

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  • Windsor Board Of Ed Readies For Expanded Preschool Program

    WINDSOR — Pending approval from the town council, the Windsor Board of Education expects to be up and running in September with an expanded preschool program. The board, by a 5-4 vote, recently approved moving forward with a plan to create four...
  • Speak Out

    Maybe early childhood education and/or kindergarten programs are not mandated by state law, but some school districts have preschool programs available at a cost for parents to help identify early children who have learning difficulties. The goal is to...
  • Secular de Blasio sows confusion as New York pre-K allows prayer

    NEW YORK For someone unaffiliated with any church, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has become an unlikely advocate for the religious, from supporting the right of Orthodox Jews to use oral suction during circumcision to closing schools on Muslim holidays....
  • Preschool children injured in Kendall bus crash

    Preschool children injured in Kendall bus crash
    Three preschool children were taken to an area hospital with injuries Thursday afternoon after the bus they were riding in crashed into a group of trees in Kendall County. Kendall County Deputy Bryan Harl said there were two adults and three students,...
  • Preschool closes amid concerns over faulty dam on Ohio lake

    A Head Start preschool near central Ohio's Buckeye Lake has decided to close its doors amid concerns about a faulty dam that authorities say could fail at any time and lead to catastrophic flooding. Buckeye Lake Head Start, located about 300 feet from...
  • Planned nature preschool gets $1-million gift

    Planned nature preschool gets $1-million gift
    The Environmental Nature Center announced Wednesday a $1-million gift from an anonymous donor for a future nature preschool on the grounds of the Newport Beach facility. With the gift, the center has raised $6 million of the $10 million needed for the...
  • NYC mayor: Nearly 22,000 register for pre-K on 1st day

    Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Tuesday that nearly 22,000 New York City parents signed up their children on the first day of registration for pre-kindergarten, a signature program of his administration. The program is expanding from 53,000 children...
  • The conservative business case for early education funding

    For the past eight years, more than 1,000 business leaders have banded together to champion quality early childhood education as a vital first step for building our future workforce. Virtually all of the Republicans and Democrats we've met with have...
  • Registration begins for NYC pre-kindergarten

    New York City parents are now able to register their children for pre-kindergarten this fall. The sign-up period began Monday. All 4-year-olds are entitled to a slot in the free program this September. The initial sign-up period ends April 24. The...
  • NYC's plan for prayer break in pre-K classes raises concerns

    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's ambitious plan to expand public pre-kindergarten for all 4 year-olds depends in part on the participation of Jewish, Christian and Muslim schools, under a proposal that would permit religious instruction and prayers...
  • Orlando Science Center is doing plenty of hiring

    Orlando Science Center is doing plenty of hiring
    Job seekers, take note: The Orlando Science Center is looking to hire some new employees – more than a few, in fact. Since Feb. 26, the center at 777 E. Princeton St. has listed a number of full-time, part-time and seasonal positions on its website,...