From: UW-Madison School of Education A team of researchers from UW-Madison secured a $1.2 million grant to partner with the State of Wisconsin to examine a significant decline in the number of regulated early care and education (ECE) providers operating over
Hosted by the School of Education and its Departments of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Psychology with the support of the Sorenson endowment and CRECE Present: Dr. Lorrie Shepard Wednesday, October 30 4-5:00 pm Lecture, Wisconsin Idea Room, Education Building
Grant Funds Teacher Training, Documenting and Evaluating the Growing School Madison, WI . . . Over the next five years, a team of early childhood educators and university evaluators, funded by a $1 million community impact grant from the Wisconsin
CRECE and ITP Present: Dr. Mimi Engel Understanding Elementary School Absences in Chicago Friday, September 20 12:00 – 1:30pm 259 Educational Sciences 1025 West Johnson Street Dr. Mimi Engel is an Associate Professor in the School of Education at the
Why would a researcher travel half-way around the world to watch kids play? CRECE Director, Beth Graue, had a very good reason for flying 20 hours to Anji, a county situated in a northwestern province of China. Along with CRECE
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.