The Pillars Christian Learning Centers, a Texas-based private child care program that provides faith-focused academic excellence to families, announced it is partnering with Teaching Strategies to ensure high-quality early childhood education in 80 classrooms, serving about 1,300 children birth through age 5. The partnership will give all early childhood educators within The Pillars network access to a connected ecosystem of research-based tools and resources designed to support high-quality, developmentally appropriate classroom instruction tailored to the children they serve; to engage families in their child's learning directly connected to the classroom experiences; and to grow in their profession no matter their level of experience.
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Teaching Strategies has unveiled a first-of-its-kind curriculum tailored specifically to California’s expanding universal transitional kindergarten program, which aims to build a bridge from preschool to kindergarten for close to 3 million children under the age of 5. The new curriculum, built in close partnership with California educators, builds on Teaching Strategies’ widely-recognized Creative Curriculum but is aligned to California’s early learning guidelines. The curriculum is paired with observational assessments that measure how well children are mastering academic and social skills, professional development for educators, and tools to keep families engaged in their child’s learning–all in one, easy-to-use digital platform.
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North Carolina is making it easier for aspiring and current early childhood teachers to get classroom experience and college credit to meet the state’s growing child care needs. Among other offerings, the state recently announced anyone working in a licensed child care program is eligible to enroll in free coursework to earn a Child Development Associate®️ (CDA) certificate through Teaching Strategies’ Professional Development Teacher Membership.
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The New York City Department of Education is expanding its partnership with Teaching Strategies as part of a citywide campaign to dramatically strengthen literacy. Starting in the 2023-2024 school year, educators in the city’s more than 8,000 early childhood classrooms, which serve about 140,000 children birth to age 5, will all utilize the Teaching Strategies ecosystem.
Teaching Strategies has been named a 2023 Top Workplace for the second time.
Teaching Strategies has been named a finalist for the SIIA Education Technology for 2023 CODiE Awards in two categories: the Best PreK / Early Childhood Learning Solution category and Best EdTech Company to Watch.
This week, New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Department of Education Chancellor David C. Banks launched “New York City Reads,” a major citywide campaign to declare literacy and reading instruction as the core focus and overriding priority of New York City’s public schools. As part of the broad effort, starting in the 2023-2024 school year, all New York City public school early childhood programs will adopt and implement key Teaching Strategies solutions, including The Creative Curriculum and GOLD.
Teaching Strategies has won EdTech Digest’s “EdTech Cool Tool Award” for The Creative Curriculum, its research-based, whole-child curriculum that serves children from infancy through kindergarten. Teaching Strategies was also named a finalist in seven award categories, spanning company leadership to assessment to credentialing.
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Teaching Strategies has been named one of the Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area.
Teaching Strategies has been named to the GSV 150, a list of the world’s most transformative companies in digital learning and workforce skills, for the third consecutive year. It was chosen from over 4,000 private education technology companies and is one of just a dozen early childhood education companies to receive recognition.
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Teaching Strategies launches the Teacher Acceleration Program, an eight-week, online coaching and training program available through the Professional Development Teacher Membership, to assist early childhood programs struggling post-pandemic.
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Teaching Strategies seeks to understand retaining and supporting early childhood educators and their wellbeing through professional development.
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