Tag Archives: early childhood education

Is a great educational pact possible?

Is a great educational pact possible?

At a time characterized by polarization, the educational dialogue is held hostage by those who obtain revenue from the confrontation and prioritize disputed issues, ignoring the existing consensus. In this way, there is a fracture between society and education experts who do not occupy the place they should in the debate where the talk shows […] … learn more→

The pandemic can deal a severe blow to Early Childhood Education

The pandemic can deal a severe blow to Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education, like the rest of the educational stages, is being affected by Covid-19. Although boys and girls of these ages do not seem to show too many effects at the symptomatic level, they are more sensitive and susceptible than those in other later stages to suffer from conditions related to social and personal training. […] … learn more→

Keeping it real and optimistic: Will attaining Bachelor degrees bring rainbows across the sky?

Keeping it real and optimistic: Will attaining Bachelor degrees bring rainbows across the sky?

Hooray for fantastic and lofty goals focused on early childhood educators attaining four-year degrees that enhance and challenge their joyful work with children and their families! … But then, BANG! Rainbows don’t appear across the sky because we hit the wall and reality of our nation. While the horizon recedes, though, the dream remains … […] … learn more→

Supporting early education in a country that often doesn’t

Supporting early education in a country that often doesn’t

The subject of free preschool for all children in America is frequently a popular topic amongst parents, experts in education, and even politicians who support it. Although there seems to be frequent discourse on the idea of universal Pre-K, there hasn’t been much done to bring the idea to fruition. In fact, President Obama vowed […] … learn more→