Alabama expands program improving early elementary education This fall, Alabama’s public schools will have 34 new classrooms funded by the state’s Pre-K through 3rd Grade Integrated Approach to Early Learning (P-3) program. The P-3 program is an effort by the state education entities to integrate the instructional practices of the state’s best-in-the-nation First Class Pre-K
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Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education are announcing funding for 34 new classrooms across the state.
Ivey Announces Funding for 34 New Classrooms Across State By WVUA 23 on March 24, 2021 News, State, Top Stories Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education are announcing funding for 34 new classrooms across the state. The classrooms are being funded through the Pre-K through Third Grade Integrated Approach
Governor Ivey announces 34 new early learning classrooms With the addition of 34 new classrooms, more than 3,600 students will be participating in the Pre-K through 3rd-grade program. Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education on Tuesday announced that 34 new classrooms will be funded through the Pre-K through 3rd Grade
Alabama’s Conscious Discipline, a social-emotional learning model in early care and education settings
Alabama Alabama Strategies • Child Social-Emotional Screening and Response (Learn more about this strategy) • Case-Management/Linking Families to Services (Learn more about this strategy) • Social-Emotional Professional Development, Coaching, and Curricula in ECE Programs (Learn more about this strategy) • Workforce Development Child Social-Emotional Screening and Response and Case Management/Linking Families to Services Alabama is one of
Governor Ivey Announces Alabama Family Central Website Posted: Jan 27, 2021 10:11 AM CST by Alabama News Network Staff Governor Kay Ivey on Friday announced the Alabama Family Central website, a free, comprehensive, easy-to-use website with mobile access that offers parents and caregivers, families, and teachers a one-stop connection to programs and services in Alabama. Programs, too ls and information on child
By CAROLINE BECK and MARY SELL Alabama Daily News MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Pay raises for teachers are possible in next year’s state education budget, as are more school nurses, a greater focus on literacy and catching students up from learning loss left over from the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s according to spending proposals discussed by state
A Time To “Lead Courageously” This alumni profile appears in the School of Education & Human Development’s Fall 2020 issue of Edge magazine. Read other stories from the magazine. Barbara Cooper MA ’95, PhD ’09 strongly believes that being an educator is a calling, not just a job. The dramatic events of 2020 have only confirmed
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5 Questions for Alabama Governor Kay Ivey By The Editors 5 Questions for the GovernorPublic Policy on November 2, 20206 min read Where do you go for the top news in Early Learning at the state level? Check out “5 Questions for the Governor,” where we’ll explore the top Early Learning challenges and successes in