Early Education Benefits Kids, but for How Long? – The Good Men Project

A new study reveals varied results on the impact of publicly funded US preschool programs on student performance beyond early childhood. June 9, 2024 by Futurity Leave a Comment By CARA CAPUANO-UC IRVINE “It’s settled that early childhood education is an essential component of any nation’s public policy; children are learning well before kindergarten, and

Arne P. Nielsen, Vice President for Education for the North American Division, Passes to His Rest – North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists

Arne P. Nielsen, NAD education vice president, passed away unexpectedly on June 3, 2024. Photo: North American Division UPDATE: THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 2024, 6:15 PM Arne P. Nielsen, vice president for the Office of Education for the North American Division (NADOE) of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, passed to his rest on June 3, 2024, after

Department Basic Education meets with Early Childhood Development partners for the developments’ Workshop 2030 Implementation Strategy in Midrand – The Citizen

The Minister of the Department of Basic Education Angie Motshekga, Deputy Minister Dr Regina Mhaule, and Director-General Mathanzima Mweli recently took part in an exhilarating two-day Early Childhood Development (ECD) Workshop at Vulindlela Campus in Midrand. The workshop, from May 14–15, was centred around implementing the ECD 2030 strategy. Discussions revolved around gathering inputs and

Department Basic Education meets with Early Childhood Development partners for the developments’ Workshop 2030 … – The Citizen

The Minister of the Department of Basic Education Angie Motshekga, Deputy Minister Dr Regina Mhaule, and Director-General Mathanzima Mweli recently took part in an exhilarating two-day Early Childhood Development (ECD) Workshop at Vulindlela Campus in Midrand. The workshop, from May 14–15, was centred around implementing the ECD 2030 strategy. Discussions revolved around gathering inputs and

2024 Online Learning Statistics – Forbes Advisor – Education – Forbes

Key Takeaways About 10 million college students take distance education courses.1 Approximately 54% of college students took distance education courses in fall 2022, down from 75% in fall 2020. 1,2 Primarily online colleges enroll around 1.1 million students.3 Black students make up 23.3% of students at primarily online colleges, versus just 12.5% of all college

Nurturing Early Childhood Development: Inside the Malnutrition Centre of Excellence – UNICEF

The El Niño drought presents a complex humanitarian crisis in Zimbabwe, causing water and food shortages, both of which impact child nutrition. Poor harvests resulting from a shortage of water decrease household food security and lower diet quality for children in terms of both quantity and variety. The reduced water quantity and quality also raises

Stansbury outlines funding secured for early childhood and youth services programs – New Mexico Political Report

U.S. Rep. Melanie Stansbury secured $8.3 million for childhood development and youth services in the 1st congressional district through federal community project funding. Stansbury, a Democrat, announced this funding during a press conference at Youth Development, Inc., one of the funding recipients, along with several Tribal leaders and a representative from the city of Albuquerque.

StraighterLine, CCEI and American College of Education Team Up to Offer Early Childhood Educators Path to … – GlobeNewswire

WASHINGTON, D.C., May 21, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — American College of Education® (ACE) has partnered with StraighterLine and its subsidiary, ChildCare Education Institute (CCEI), to provide early childhood educators an affordable way to earn a bachelor’s degree in education online. This new opportunity allows those working in childcare centers, Head Start programs, and preschools to