With more than 80,000 children enrolled in Georgia Pre-K and more than 11,000 early care and learning settings in Georgia, the use of technology in early childhood education can have a significant impact on our youngest learners.
Research shows that family and adult engagement on early childhood education, specifically pre-K, significantly impacts child development and student academic and social outcomes over time—and contributes to the long-term impacts of high-quality education.
More than 80,000 young children are enrolled in Georgia Pre-K, and there are more than 11,000 early care and learning settings in Georgia. The reach of these initiatives highlights the vital role these programs play in child and family development.
In this second of a two-part webinar on housing equity, Good Samaritan Health Center Chief Operations Officer Breanna Lathrop discusses how our ZIP code can determine our life expectancy and health outcomes.
Current research exposes how the use of suspension and expulsion affects children and families and how these practices are applied disproportionately, and offers recommendations on how to discontinue these practices.
Funding from Coaching for Literacy enabled Emmaus House, in partnership with the Get Georgia Reading—Campaign for Grade Level Reading, to transition the program to meet the educational and socio-emotional needs of K – 3 children, funding critical supplies, training, books, and literacy kits.