November 2013 Archives

In this guest post, Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center Executive Director Kimberlee Kiehl wonders if our historic fixation on getting kids to fit in is getting in the way of creating communities to which they feel they belong, and suggests a few ways we might need to change our practices as a result.


New Jersey shoppers and Indian sugarcane farmers might have something to teach us about poverty and cognitive load. If you're an educator working with low-income children and families, you're going to want to know what the researchers found out.


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