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State rules lead to officials helping with online VPK registration in Florida

Child learns through play

A new state regulation may stop some parents from enrolling their children in Florida’s Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten program (VPK). ¬†After March 1st 2015, the state is requiring that parents submit a form online instead of enrolling at the Early Learning Coalition for their county, or their designee. Each Early Learning Coalition is responsible for registering thousands […]

Florida VPK funding

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Analysis demonstrates that 85 percent of kids’ brains are produced by age 3, yet our nation invests an insufficient measure of time and cash on instructing youngsters in their initial years.¬† Florida is one of only three states to offer free prekindergarten to each of the 4-year-olds. Today, around 75% of qualified youngsters take an […]

VPK Enrollment for Florida Students Now Open

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Enlistment is open for the state’s free Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten program for the 2015-2016 school year. VPK does not have salary prerequisites and is free for all understudies who are 4 prior to Sept. 1. Folks have choice to apply with support at their nearby Early Learning Coalition. Like this:Like Loading…

Video: Early Learning Brain Development and Lifelong Outcomes

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Short video highlighting leading brain research and impact of quality early learning opportunities. Learn more about helping promote positive brain development Like this:Like Loading…

Early Learning Should Be Fun

Economic Impact of Early Learning

We know4- and 5-year-oldscan’t be required to read (however some do); and we realize that play is the main suitable setting to get your early learning participant ahead of schedule.Tragically, in numerous groups, high-stakes testing, subjective measures and the concerns of stakeholders and instiutions have made situations in which early learning educators and executives progressively […]

Economic Benefits of Early Childhood Education – Another Point of View

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For as far back as eight years, more than 1,000 business pioneers have joined together to champion quality early youth training as an indispensable first venture for building our future workforce. Essentially the majority of the Republicans and Democrats we’ve met with have concurred that long haul scholarly accomplishment frequently relies on upon what happens […]

Alaska: Education deserves support even during hard times

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Praise to our Legislature for passing, a year ago, the one-time award reserves for K-12 instruction and the first increment in the base understudy assignment (BSA) in 5 years. I just trust they have the bravery not long from now to restore the one-time award finances in risk of being cut from the monetary allowance. […]

The Economic Benefits of Early Education

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The training report, which is being conveyed as an addition in the Pensacola News Journal, gives an inside and out examination of some vital triumphs and difficulties in the field of instruction, especially in Escambia and Santa Rosa districts. We trust this assortment of work will give our group a superior comprehension of where we […]

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