prekindergarten


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prekindergarten

(priːˈkɪndəɡɑːtən)
adj
relating to the period before a child can attend kindergarten
n
(Education) a class for children who are too young to attend kindergarten
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off Route 72, offers prekindergarten for 3- and 4-year-old students, kindergarten, and first to eighth grade.
We know that prekindergarten makes a huge difference in preparing children for school," said State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia.
This book is based on their work on Project Early ID, a successful early identification and intervention pilot program for struggling prekindergarten students in the Baltimore City public schools.
The low level of regulations for informal care combined with the increasing number of public schools and state prekindergarten programs offering free and reduced-cost options for three- and four-year-old children has the potential to squeeze for-profit providers out of the market.
Compared with children born at term, those born as late preterm infants were 36% more likely to have developmental delay or disability, 19% more likely to be suspended in kindergarten, and 13% more likely to have a disability in prekindergarten at 3 years of age.
Wells Fargo accepts requests for financial support of prekindergarten and kindergarten through grade 12 institutions, as well as for nonprofits whose primary focus is to assist them.
Because no food was served at the school other than lunches that students brought from home and prepackaged snacks served in prekindergarten classes, foodborne transmission was not suspected; questions focused on illness onset, symptoms, school grade, classroom, special classes (e.
Enriching children, enriching the nation; public investment in high-quality prekindergarten.
By establishing Focal Points for prekindergarten to grade 8, the "big ideas" or most important topics are set for students to move successfully from one grade to the next, with the emphasis on problem solving, reasoning, communication, making connections, and designing and analyzing representations along the entire continuum.
To bring clarity and coherence to diverse mathematics curricula in use across the United States, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics has released Curriculum Focal Points for Prekindergarten through Grade 8 Mathematics: A Quest for Coherence.
Since 2004, a total of 10 child-parent centers have been replaced by federal Head Start or state prekindergarten programs, with most of them on the South and West sides.
com) has introduced the InvestiGator Club Prekindergarten Learning System (www.