More than one-third of America’s young children enter kindergarten lacking the skills crucial to school success.
This means that every year, over a million children enter kindergarten behind on Day 1 in literacy and numeracy development. Meanwhile, research shows that these early years of education can be directly linked to odds of long-term success.
Our early childhood assessments are specifically designed to help address this issue by giving preschool educators the decision-making tools they need in order to monitor growth throughout a child’s early years. For over a decade, IGDIs early childhood assessments have enabled early childhood and pre-k instructors to identify children at-risk of developmental delays early and monitor development gains often to help children become school-ready.
Division of Early Childhood (DEC) Conference 2017 On October 4-6, 2017, the Division for Early Childhood will bring together a passionate group of dedicated individuals who work with or on behalf of young children (0-8) with special needs and their families. Leading experts will gather from all over the world to unite with other participants […]
National Association of State Directors of Migrant Education (NASDME) Conference 2017 Come join 1500 of your colleagues for this dynamic and exciting national conference whose goal is to strengthen and improve services to migrant children. Don’t be left behind! Learn about all the new developments in Migrant Education and related areas, find models to replicate […]