Using frame analysis, Boonstra and Graue analyzed the ways that media have framed kindergarten as being in perpetual crisis over the past 50 years. Their paper: The Recurring Kindergarten Panic: Fractured Narratives in Newspaper Framing, 1964-2017, unpacks the issues and
CRECE Director Beth Graue shared findings from a study about Family Decision Making about 4K Enrollment during the Annual MEP Symposium, Partnering for Progress, hosted at The Spark on April 25, 2019. Alongside collaborators from the Madison Metropolitan School District
Led by: Amy Claessens (Associate Director of CRECE) and Hyunwoo Yang Datasets: Early Childhood Longitudinal Study – Kindergarten (ECLSK) 1998 & 2010 Where: Room 259, Educational Sciences (WCER) Early childhood research has
Business + Early Care and Education = WISCONSIN STRONG! April 9, 10 AM-noon, Madison Central Library Human resources directors and leaders of the Wisconsin Early Childhood Association, Office of Child Care and Family Resources (UW-Madison), Satellite Family Child Care, the
CRECE researchers are presenting on a variety of early childhood topics at the annual American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference. If you are attending the 4-day meeting, look for Beth Graue, Kathryn Boonstra, Jiyeon Lee, Moonjoo Woo, and others from
Developmentally Appropriate Learning: Play is the Way! March 2019 in Madison, WI CRECE Director Beth Graue and colleagues presented cutting-edge research and play-based education strategies to teachers and administrators, about 250 in all, from rural and urban areas throughout Wisconsin.
Milwaukee Pre-K Programs have good access but high class sizes (listen to WPR segment) A national study focused on pre-K programs in 40 of the US’s largest cities was recently released by CityHealth and the National Institute for Early Education Research. The report
When expert early childhood educator Meredith Dodd came to the UW-Madison as CRECE’s first Practitioner in Residence, she brought a profound perspective and skill set to share with the pre-service and professional teachers, MMSD administrators, and researchers she met at
In these one-minute sound bites CRECE Practitioner in Residence, Meredith Dodd, addresses five critical early education topics. Choose a question and reflect with Meredith on ways early education can be shaped to profoundly impact young lives.
This CPRE podcast highlights important findings of an August 2018 multi-state case study.