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This report provides a summary of the last four years of activities and an update of the system of services and initiatives provided by various government and private agencies, either individually or collaboratively, aimed at improving outcomes for young children and their families in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The Virgin Islands ECAC Strategic Plan's mission is to develop a high-quality, coordinated, sustainable system of supports and services for young children and their families so all children begin school safe, healthy, and ready to succeed.
The primary purpose of this document is to provide guidance for implementing the Virgin Islands Department of Education's Education and Learning Standards through developmentally appropriate practices to support children's optimal development.
The primary purpose of this document is to provide a framework for understanding and communicating a common set of developmentally appropriate expectations for young children ages birth to three years within a context of shared responsibility and accountability for helping children meet these expectations.
The primary purpose of this document is to provide a framework for understanding and communicating a common set of developmentally appropriate expectations for young children within a context of shared responsibility and accountability for helping children meet these expectations.
Early childhood care and education programs in the Virgin Islands must address the individual needs of a diverse population of children.Children with disabilities and children who do not speak English develop best in inclusive environments, those in which early childhood teachers and caregivers welcome all children and provide flexible programming that can meet individual needs and include children with a wide range of backgrounds and abilities.
The purpose of this research was to begin to survey the landscape of early care and education (ECE) settings in the USVI with the hopes of informing interventions to strengthen the overall quality of the sector.
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