Universal Preschool News
In this section, you'll find editorials, legislation, public policy and trends
on issues relating to preschool, pre-kindergarten, childcare and the push toward
universal preschool education. Particularly of note are articles concerning the
states claim of a compelling interest in compulsory preschool education. Visit
often for the latest preschool news.
Event : for the kids -- Nature's Homeschoolers
This once-a-month series of lessons is designed to supplement homeschool curriculum with nature-based science.
Lessons include hands-on activities and information about the plants and animals found in the Saratoga Sand Plains. The lessons will be broken into two sections: the K-4th grade children's program will be held from 10-11:00 AM and 5-8th grade children's program will be held from 2-3:00 PM.
April 28, 2014
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Companies fail to provide mandatory child care
More than a fifth of the nation's biggest corporations were found to have neglected to provide some form of day care to its employees' infants as required by law, a government report said Sunday.
According to a report by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, 22 of the top 100 corporations failed to provide either day care facilities or an allowance to cover least half the total cost of child care.
September 25, 2011
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State Panel Seeks Hike In Preschool Spending
Connecticut should spend as much as $100 million over the next two years to expand children's services, including preschool classes, to make the state "a national model for early childhood education."
The ambitious recommendation is the first stage of a five-year proposal to more than double the number of low-income children in preschool classes, to train more preschool teachers and aides, and to bolster the quality of preschool programs statewide.
December 7, 2006
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