In our last post we established that Early Childhood Learning programs can and should use the standards put forth in NAEYCs accreditation process as a benchmark for which to compare their communication efforts. At the end of that post we suggested that the type of communication channels you provide can be the difference between 1-way communication and real communication, two-way communication. So what are the strategies that you put into… read more →
Does your organization hold up effective communication as an important strategy to success? How do you measure how effective your communication efforts are? (Actually I really would love to know how you’re doing that, leave a comment). In many cases, leaders will look to successful organizations and mimic their communication efforts and styles. Well in the case of Early Childhood Education (ECE), you can strive to live up to the… read more →
In accordance with their 10-year commitment to the Pre-K Now campaign, Pew has just released their final report (PDF) which reveals significant increase in investment from state funding for Pre-k over the last 10 years and makes a very clear case for the support of a well-funded early eduction system in America.