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Communities of Practice: A glimpse into Delaware

by Maria Edgerton

December 28, 2015

Editor’s Note: The year is ending, but opportunities to learn are not! There are a variety of means available now to help you hone your professional strengths and identify areas for improvement. The journey of continuous learning can take many forms. Cohorts, degree programs, and online libraries are just a few. In the coming weeks, […]

Early Care and Learning in the Every Student Succeeds Act

by Rachel Demma | Policy Director, Early Care and Education Consortium

December 11, 2015

Editor’s Note: The McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership is a member of the Early Care and Education Consortium (ECEC), which is a non-profit alliance of America’s leading national, regional, and independent providers of high-quality child care and early learning and development programs for young children. ECEC’s Executive Director is M.A. Lucas, who serves on […]

Parent Perspective: Bridging the Jargon Gap

by Lindsey Engelhardt

November 18, 2015

Editor’s Note: When was your last new beginning? When will be your next? Life is full of these twists and turns; the field of early childhood education is not exempt. New can be scary. New can be overwhelming. But new brings with it a world of possibilities. As we at the McCormick Center reflect on […]

If at First You Don’t Succeed, Maybe It’s Best to Move On

by LeTOSHA WHITE

October 28, 2015

THE 4 C’S OF TRANSITIONING INTO A NEW BEGINNING Editor’s Note: When was your last new beginning? When will be your next? Life is full of these twists and turns; the field of early childhood education is not exempt. New can be scary. New can be overwhelming. But new brings with it a world of […]

Policy [M]atters Episode 2: An Early Childhood Policy Video Chat series

Episode 2: How should the field of early childhood education shape the message of what it wants from politicians? This video chat was recorded on September 29, 2015, by the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership at National Louis University. This is episode two of Policy [M]atters, an early childhood education policy video chat series featuring […]

Thanks for Complaining

by JILL BELLA

September 29, 2015

APPRECIATING FEEDBACK AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR GROWTH Editor’s Note: A new school year is underway. Spirits are bright, minds are refreshed, and collegiality is blooming. Can it be maintained? How do you create an organizational climate that stays sunny for more than just the next few weeks? This McCormick Center blog post is the second […]

Great Expectations: Tips for Preparing New Employees for Long-term Success

by Linda Butkovich

September 15, 2015

Editor’s Note: A new school year is underway. Spirits are bright, minds are refreshed, and collegiality is blooming. Can it be maintained? How do you create an organizational climate that stays sunny for more than just the next few weeks? This McCormick Center blog post is the first of two that looks at the organizational […]

Leading by Example: Unlocking the Potential of Collaboration

by Melissa Casteel

August 26, 2015

Editor’s Note: Running an early care and education program is a big job. It’s not one you have to do alone. Collaborations and partnerships to help you improve the quality of your program for the children and families you serve can be found in numerous places. During the next few weeks, the McCormick Center will […]

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