Excerpts from article by Bill Roberts
...But advocates such as Gramer and Beth Oppenheimer, executive director for the Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children, have crafted a proposal they think will appeal to lawmakers.
It starts at the grass roots, where communities would start the work of creating schools and then ask the state for some backing.
Idaho Education News
Excerpts from article by Kevin Richert
“A four-day school week puts a tremendous amount of stress on families,” said Beth Oppenheimer, executive director of the Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children. “We don’t have a huge capacity of high-quality child care programs in this state”...
Quality early learning programs benefit our children, families and communities, today and tomorrow. Join hands with Idaho AEYC, Idaho Head Start Association, Idaho Business for Education and Idaho Voices for Children at our second annual Early Learning Legislative Day on Feb 10, 2016...