Co-sponsored by New America and the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading.
Across the country, children have varied kindergarten experiences. In some places, educators have what they need to provide challenging and engaging content, playful learning and opportunities to build relationships with adults and their peers. This, however, is not the norm. In too many schools, kindergarten classrooms look and feel more like a third-grade classroom than a pre-K classroom. State and district leaders have an essential role in ensuring kindergartners have learning experiences and environments delivered in the ways they learn best.
Join us on January 17, from 3-4:30 p.m. ET for a conversation with educators and state and local leaders from Alabama, Nevada, metro Atlanta, Boston and Concord, New Hampshire. Together, we will explore what states, districts and educators are doing to help make important shifts in kindergarten and how they are doing it. Learning How States, Districts and Educators Are Strengthening Kindergarten is the third webinar in the Promoting Impactful Teaching and Learning in Kindergarten Webinar Series, co-sponsored by New America and the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading. (Find out more about New America’s Transforming Kindergarten work here.)