Teaching young children is, without question, a tough job! Preschool classrooms often have students who differ in age and developmental level – some kids have already mastered all the preschool skills and competencies we think will help them in kindergarten, and others have a long ways to go before “school success” is a likely outcome. Earlier posts in this blog series have discussed why we assess kids and what goals we hold for kindergarten readiness. But how can we be confident that the services we provide are actually helping the children we teach and the families we serve?
There are no more results.