The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and the United Black Book Clubs of Pittsburgh are partnering to sponsor the the Twenty-Ninth African American Read In.
"In 1990 the first African American Read In was sponsored by the Black Caucus of the National Council of Teachers of...
A quality early educational environment not only ensures the overall safety and health of children, if constructed and facilitated appropriately, it can serve as a strong catalyst towards children's learning. Learning areas, materials, displays, arrangement and usage schedule are just a few...
This module offers a "train the facilitator toolkit" for early education program leaders to effectively discuss and educate both professional colleagues and families about the importance of advocacy and mobilization. Module discussions and toolkit resources will outline the concepts of advocacy...
Join A+ Schools and learn about the 10 things you can do everyday to promote literacy skills with your child using easy household items.
This workshop will be focused on Kindergarten through 2nd grade.
Breakfast Network Meeting #3:
Ngozi Tibbs on Mother/Infant Bonding
Friday, February 9, 2018, 8:30-10:30 AM
University of Pittsburgh Office of Child Development
400 N. Lexington St., Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Ngozi Tibbs will speak about mother/infant bonding, the role of...