Set for Success: Building a Strong Foundation for School Readiness Based on the Social-Emotional Development of Young Children
121 Pages Posted: 16 Nov 2013
Date Written: Summer 2002
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation sponsored the first in a series of Exchanges in Early Education in November 2001. The purpose of the series is to determine how research, practice, and policy can best prepare young children and families for later school success. The focus of the inaugural Exchange highlighted the link between social-emotional development and later cognitive development. Twelve leading experts in the field of early childhood development made presentations. This document contains the full commissioned papers from six of the twelve invited speakers.
Keywords: early education, young children, school success
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