Author: West Central Early Learning Regional Coalition

  By Jane Partridge Project Coordinator Visions for Early Learning   ¿Cuál es una diferencia que se ve en usted mismo o su crianza como resultado de esta clase? (What is one difference you see in yourself or your parenting as a result of this class?) “To help the best that I can my daughter[…..]

  By Jane Partridge Project Coordinator Visions for Early Learning   The Masai tribe in Kenya is legendary for its fierce and mighty warriors. Because of their fearsome reputation, it might surprise you that the traditional greeting among the Masai is, And how are the children? This acknowledges the high value the tribe places on[…..]

  By Jane Partridge Project Coordinator Visions for Early Learning   Food bank baskets filled with produce, a school library opened on a Saturday morning, and a magician waiting in the wings – all are an investment in nurturing resiliency in the small boy now listening to story-time with a farm-stand carrot held tightly in[…..]

  By Jane Partridge Project Coordinator Visions for Early Learning, West Regional Early Learning Coalition   This blog post was strongly influenced by the insights of Visions for Early Learning (VEL) member Christine Hanson, a member of the Nisqually Tribe and part of our Visions Work Team for Racial Equity. Christine passed away on July[…..]

  By Jane Partridge Project Coordinator for Early Learning Visions for Early Learning/West Central Regional Coalition   It’s about connection, and you can see it when it happens.   It’s in a new kindergartener’s sure-footed confidence, entering a room he already knows. It’s in the recognition in his eyes when the teacher he sees is[…..]