Kindergarten Transition -- Lessons Learned
Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Doug Currie congratulates members of the Kindergarten Transition Team - 2010 (from left to right) Glenn Edison, child and student services director; Linda Lowther, assistant deputy minister; Sarah Henry, healthy child development coordinator; Karen Redmond, corporate services officer; Cindy Wood, program evaluation and student assessment manager; Donald Desroches, coordinator of policy and planning and Carolyn Simpson, early childhood development and kindergarten manager.
Prince Edward Island began to offer a full-day, school-based kindergarten program in September 2010. The Kindergarten Transition Team has published another progress report titled Lessons Learned after transitioning kindergarten from the community to the school system. The team included representatives of the department, school boards, the early childhood sector and partner groups.
Kindergarten began in the 19th century. It means "a garden for children", a place where children can be nurtured and allowed to grow at their own pace.
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Kindergarten Transition Progress Update #2
Kindergarten Transition Progress Update
Kindergarten Transition Team
Kindergarten Teaching Positions
Frequently Asked Questions
Kindergarten Commissioner's Report