Early Childhood Education Program

Infant and Toddler Centers:

  • Classrooms at the Clark Kerr Campus Center and the Haste Street Child Development Center.
  • Full-day care for children as young as three months
  • Center hours: Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Cost: Infants - $2, 000/month: Toddlers - $1, 792/ month for the 2013-2014 academic year

Preschool Centers:

  • Classrooms at the Harold E. Jones Child Study Center, the Haste Street Child Development Center, and the Clark Kerr Campus Center
  • Full-day care for children at least 32 months
  • Center hours: Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Cost: $1, 483/ month for the 2013-2014 academic year

Additional Information:

Locations of our Early Childhood Education Centers

Early Childhood Education Programs for Student Families


NATIONAL ASSOC FOR EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth Through Age 8
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ECE PROGRAM

2009-02-03 01:31:29 by HappyGrrl89

I have committed my life to children. I am enrolled in an Early childhood Education program. Yes, my spelling isn’t great on here but I don’t spell check, just to post on here. If you knew anything about early childhood you would know what a writing center is. It is not teaching writing, it is letting children learn at their own pace. For god's sake it is not elementary school! If you knew the importance of the developing child you would understand this but i guess you don't. Just to let you know every English class I have had my lowest grade has been a B+, in math I was tutoring kids in high school and have taken teaching young child 1 and two, child development, music and movement, living and working with infants and toddlers, prenatal infant and toddler development and lit and...

My mom wanted to move, but couldn't find a job.

2009-01-05 10:00:04 by beatitbitch

She's 53 and she teaches spec ed kindergarten. She has 30 years of experience (21 in public schools), a Master's degree, and some additional coursework. She's head of the Early Childhood Education program at her school. She's been nominated more than once for State Teacher Of The Year and won once. Seems like a great candidate, right? Nope. I suspect no one was interested because she makes too much money. Why hire an experienced teacher when they can hire a 22 year old for 1/2 of the salary?
Another option is that you aren't experienced enough - there are plenty of 50+ people out there with no real job progession or marketable skills

Give yourself some time

2007-01-29 23:55:43 by ---

You won't stop wanting to have children. You need to have some time after high school to get to know you better -- and I would suggest living on your own apart from your bf for a year. You will both mature quite a bit, and it will better ensure a long life together.
I say go for the early childhood education program, and work with kids for a few years. Sounds like you might have some lingering issues with your parents--you want to work those through before you rush into family and children.
Good luck though, we need more dedicated early childhood ed instructors!

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