America’s first Early Learning city still may be a vision, but it is one the Studer Community Institute wants to help make reality in Pensacola.
Through a series of ads in local media outlets, we outline what we think is a path toward the goal of creating a community that embraces a culture of lifelong learning, supports parents as they work to become their child’s first teacher and promotes school readiness in public and play spaces in every neighborhood.
This isn’t the only way to get there, and we welcome your feedback on the journey. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The road to creating an Early Learning City includes partners in the media and communication fields to spread the word to parents, grandparents and caregivers about the power of talk to build a baby's brain.
An Early Learning City maximizes all of the resources in the community and points them toward a common purpose — helping all children have the best chance to be ready for school.
Wherever parents with young children gather — and have to wait — having things on hand that can keep little ones occupied and are educational makes a much more pleasant experience for everyone.
Older brothers and sisters can be vital in the early childhood brain development of their siblings.
Children learn from what they see around them. If that environment is colorful, filled with words and encourages them to explore using all of their senses, their brains will build strong connections and thrive.
Steps the healthcare community can take to give parents on the critical importance of exposure to language from ages 0 to 4.
In this ad, SCI looks at the existing resources that can help build Pensacola into an Early Learning City.
America's first Early Learning City may still be a vision, but here is the path we think can help lead us there.
The Studer Community Institute is starting a series that highlights the importance of early education and the impact it has on our children and our community.
As momentum grows around early learning in Pensacola, SCI looks forward to seeing more projects come on line with the goal in mind of building America's first Early Learning City.
Studer Community Institute and the University of Chicago announced a partnership this week to bring an early learning research project to Pensacola.
The Pensacola Lighthouse and Museum has plans to make the visit for younger children of family and tourists a more engaging experience by focusing on and enhancing early education.
Jon Shell’s vision for a top-of-the-line skate park is something he’s been pursuing for more than a year. And he wants to make sure early learning for Pensacola’s youngest citizens is built into it from the beginning.
The Studer Community Institute’s Be the Bulb early learning challenge shows that how to better prepare our children for school is on the minds of a lot of people. Now the focus turns to what's next.