Young Einsteins: Much too late

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Whitehurst, Grover J.;
Date Issued: 2001
Publisher(s): Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace
Description: An argument citing previous research supporting the claim that providing early literacy instruction through developmentally appropriate practices in preschool classrooms is important for young children's school readiness
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Journal Title: Education Next
Volume Number: 1
Issue Number: 2
Page Range: 8-9, 16-21
Journal Notes: Retrieved April 13, 2007, from http://media.hoover.org/documents/ednext20012_8b.pdf
Note: This resource contains responses to this article from David Elkind and to Young Einsteins: Much too early by this author
Topics: Children & Child Development > Child Development & School Readiness

Child Care & Early Education Quality > Process Quality

Programs, Interventions & Curricula > Programs > Preschool
ISSN: 1539-9664 Paper
1539-9672 Electronic
Peer Reviewed: no
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