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How Are You Celebrating Read Across America?

Which American writer has had the greatest impact on children’s literature?  His birthday, March 2nd, is the date that is annually designated as Read Across America day.  Yes, you’re right – it is Dr. Seuss! As we began planning Dr. … Continue reading

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Preschool and the Economy: What’s the Impact on the Future?

“Third grade reading levels and absenteeism predict, with 90% accuracy, high school drop-out rate.”  I was startled by this statistic as I sat listening to the details at the Investing in Kids: Can Early Childhood Education Be an Economic Development? conference … Continue reading


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PNC Promotes Early Education

In a previous blog, I discussed the critical importance of quality early childhood education for our young children.  As we transition from summer to a new school year, I want to bring to your attention the leadership role PNC, one … Continue reading

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Funding and Importance of Early Childhood Education

I’d like to share a few thoughts about quality early childhood education today.  We know that investments in early childhood are vital to the success of our children.  There is a large body of data from economics, biology and psychology … Continue reading

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