The New York Times October 4, 2016 Research shows that when teachers help preschoolers learn to manage their feelings in the classroom, those children become better problem solvers when faced with an emotional situation, and are better able to engage…

Wall Street Journal July 8, 2016 A strange thing happened to mothers and fathers and children at the end of the 20th century. It was called “parenting.” As long as there have been human beings, mothers and fathers and many…

Our Philosophy: A Letter to Parents

Dear Parents, From time to time parents have questions about our goals in preparing their child for her next school. This is a time of year when there is often a high level of anxiety about school interview results, feedback,…

The New Preschool Is Crushing Kids

Today’s young children are working more, but they’re learning less. The Atlantic Jan/Feb 2016 Step into an American preschool classroom today and you are likely to be bombarded with what we educators call a print-rich environment, every surface festooned with…