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Children ages 3 through 5 need quality interactions for their best outcomes. Learn how CLASS can help.
Drawing from well-known early childhood approaches, the Principles of Ideal Learning outline core concepts that form the foundation of high-quality early childhood education. But what does Ideal Learning look like in socially distanced or virtual learning settings? Hear from experts and gain practical advice for educators and leaders.
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Louisiana’s groundbreaking use of CLASS as the sole indicator of program quality for early childhood settings across the state has built a culture of focused improvement for teachers, administrators, and parents.
A look at how CLASS principles of effective interactions can provide suggestions about ways teachers can help families support their children’s education.
A reference guide for teachers on how meaningful interactions might look in socially distanced classrooms.
Helpful strategies and resources to aid teachers as they support parents during COVID-19
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