Quality early education can help slow learners catch up

BOLD | February 3, 2020

Excerpt: "Living in Newfoundland, in Canada’s far east, researcher and teacher David Philpott worked for more than three decades as a special educator in schools. Just a few years ago, he began to work with foundations which were focusing on quality early education.

As he dug into the research, Philpott suddenly realised that quality early childhood education could have a significant impact on the world of special education. “K to 12 educational systems are overwhelmed with trying to respond to the needs of children with exceptionalities,” he said."

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