Early-ed pros get a boost from JWU

PATTY CARBONE, child care director at CFS of Newport County, reads and acts out Maurice Sendak's 'Where the Wild Things Are' for a class at the child development center. /
PATTY CARBONE, child care director at CFS of Newport County, reads and acts out Maurice Sendak's 'Where the Wild Things Are' for a class at the child development center. /
Curriculum ranges from training to grad degrees Early childhood educators are feeling the same squeeze as elementary and secondary educators when it comes to improving how they prepare children for standardized testing. "I know in the field of early care … quality is a huge focus," said Patty Carbone, child care director at Child &…

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