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Occupy The Classroom: The Case for Early Childhood Education

In light of the Occupy Wall Street movement that has taken over the country, many pundits are weighing in on how to solve the problem of economic inequality. In this Op-Ed piece from the New York Times, Nicholas Kristof makes a case for his solution: "...the single step that would do the most to reduce inequality has nothing to do with finance at all.

Technology in ECE? Leap Frog Jumps Into the Technology For Kids Market and NAEYC Takes a Position

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President Calls for Overhaul of No Child Left Behind

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Picture Books are Important: 10 ways picture books play a role in a child's development

By now we've all heard about the article that appeared in the New York Times discussing the decline in picture book sales.  The article claimed that parents are encouraging their children to read chapter books at earlier ages, and discouraging picture book use - partly the product of a desire to help their child succeed in reading and in school.

'Tis the season! Give a great book. And share your favorite titles!

It's the time of year when many of us are considering wading into that sea of humanity known as the mall and maxing out our credit cards on holiday gifts.

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