"State departments, public agencies and the private sector have long overlooked the importance of quality education at a young age"
Ft. Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) February 4, 2011
After an internal review of early childhood education guidelines across 9 states, the International Preschool Curriculum(IPC) has this week announced that it will be publishing adaptions to ensure that it exceeds those requirements will continue to raise the standard of education in the early childhood arena.
The curriculum is being adopted by more than 300 schools and has been the focus of academic teaching at three University departments in different parts of the world. Drafted by specialist curricula drafters and reviewed by an advisory committee consisting of academics, consultants and early childhood teachers, the curriculum represents a researched and academically proven approach towards preschool education.
By combining an objective outcome based model with a rigorous assessment structure, teachers are able to review student progress on a daily basis and identify weaknesses such as special educational needs.
As an international curriculum, the IPC also works closely with government departments in more than 20 countries to ensure that the program exceeds local school readiness guidelines.
IPC Executive Director, Peter de Beer announced "state departments, public agencies and the private sector have long overlooked the importance of quality education at a young age. The IPC is one of the first collaborative projects that aim to fill this void by making its highly researched and reviewed program accessible to preschools."
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The International Preschool Curriculum (IPC) is an association and curriculum provider for preschools around the world. Its mission is to improve the learning experience for early childhood students and provide teachers and parents with ongoing support and professional guidance.
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