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July 25, 2023

SMALL CLASS ACTS: Aurora, state get serious about pre-school

“It’s a very important part of education that has not been given the respect and credit its due according to the research that tells us how critical brain development is in the first five years”

AURORA | The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is the workplace for thousands of medical professionals. For many of their children, it’s a daycare.

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Breaking down the Blueprint: Major changes ahead as Maryland plans dramatic expansion of early childhood education

Rene Averitt-Sanzone, executive director with The Parents’ Place of Maryland, is one of many early childhood advocates who support Maryland’s plans to dramatically expand prekindergarten programs during a 10-year education reform effort.

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South Dakota High School Course Trains Students to Become Child Care Workers

There are 12,260 licensed child care slots in Sioux Falls, but 64% of child care centers can’t enroll their licensed capacity because they don’t have enough workers, according to the Sioux Falls Childcare Collaborative. That cuts actual available slots by hundreds — and it’s a familiar situation across the state.

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Preparing teachers for Texas

A new bachelor’s degree at a Texas college is aimed at helping to fill teacher shortage

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