When Pennsylvanians Went to White House
Sep. 3, 2012,
PhilaSoup gives teachers a chance to share ideas
By Kristen A. Graham Inquirer Staff Writer
In a pretty garden set against the city skyline, a spirited cadre of young educators sipped donated wine from plastic cups and talked about the big things:
How to change young peoples' lives and connect with their families.
How tough it is to be a new teacher, and how isolating being in a classroom can feel.
How, regardless of what else is happening in the world - budget cuts, violence, widespread mistrust of educators - their job is to show up every day and give their all.
A Superintendent in
Honor Roll Pennsylvania
Reverse the cuts to early education funding
Kent Chrisman is Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education in the Teacher Education Department at Shippensburg University.
There will be long-term consequences to maintaining quality in child care if this funding continues to be eliminated. Ongoing professional development is one of the components, identified in research, as essential for effective early education.
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