Idaho’s residents and elected officials know better than to believe the misinformation being shared by naysayers.
It’s time to start recognizing child care as early education and acknowledging the promising role it can play.
Idaho policymakers have been wrapped up in the notion that preschool does not work.
One thing most Idahoans agree on — the state should invest in pre-K for Idaho families.
Adopting the Smarty Ants program will not solve the early learning challenges in Idaho alone.
The “Stick Your Neck Out for Idaho’s Children” awards are presented to individuals who have demonstrated a strong commitment and contributed a positive impact in quality early care and education of children throughout Idaho.
In 2011, only 56 percent of Idaho kindergartners were at grade level upon entering kindergarten. These gaps prevent children from reaching their full potential.
The Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children supports the inclusion of early education as a necessary piece in Idaho’s education debate.