Guiding, Supporting, and Educating Engaged Parents
Rae Pica with Alison Pepper and Amanda Morgan
How can we give parents the information they need to support our work with students? Our guestsoffer practical tips.
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October 29, 2017 Student-Centric Strategies
Alison Pepper is a national early childhood education specialist with expertise in program quality improvement, leadership and administration and family engagement. Currently consulting, she was a senior director of Accreditation Program Support at NAEYC and has been been working in the field for over 40 years. Amanda Morgan, MS, has nearly 20 years of experience teaching children, parents, and teachers in a variety of environments. With degrees focused on early childhood education and child development, she currently writes at the blog, Not Just Cute.
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