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Letter: Early learning vital for young children

9:55 AM, Apr. 16, 2013  |  Comments
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Editor: Young children in Marshfield deserve the best that we can give them. Week of the Young Child April 14 to 20, is a time to recognize the needs of young children and thank the adults involved in their education and care.

Parents, teachers, caregivers and other adults play important roles in the lives of young children, and Week of the Young Child celebrates their efforts. We can show support for early learning in our community by promoting early literacy programs, thanking teachers who care for our children and working to ensure that our public policies support early learning for all young children.

Early childhood education is vital to our community. Children need a strong early learning foundation to succeed in school and to succeed in life.

Make a difference in your community:

? Support early literacy programs. Early reading skills are crucial for young children to be ready for school.

? Reach out and thank parents, teachers and all adults who help young children get a great start.

? Support policies at the local, state and federal levels that provide high-quality early learning opportunities for all young children.

Week of the Young Child is a time to remind us that Early Years are Learning Years.

Sue Babcock

Administrator

Child Care Centers of Marshfield Inc.

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