From Sandbox to School to Success

Connelly, Gail
May 2008
Principal;May/Jun2008, Vol. 87 Issue 5, p72
The article considers early childhood education as the foundation of future academic success. Former president of Morehouse College, Benjamin Mays, has stated the importance of early education. Principals, education leaders and policymakers looked into the results of the Perry Preschool program to connect high quality early childhood program and continued success in school and in life.


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