Maxwell will become the director of program development at the Buffett Early Childhood Institute at the University of Nebraska.
The American Educational Research Associations’s annual meeting takes place in Philadelphia from April 4-7.
One of the nation’s most effective early education reform strategies is expanding with the support of Erikson’s unique model for professional development.
Illinois school districts are adopting the Common Core State Standards. But what does this mean for pre-kindergarten to third-grade classrooms?
Bonnie Rubin interviewed Chris Maxwell for this Chicago Tribune story on a community fighting to keep its full-day kindergarten program.
This article appeared in the Summer 2012 issue of Erikson on Children under the headline “$15 million well spent.” More from this issue » A partnership of 11 education and nonprofit agencies, including Erikson, was awarded an Investing in Innovation, or
As Common Core State Standards and PreK–12 alignment shape school reform, high-quality PreK–3rd should be viewed as a critical first link in the full educational continuum.
This summer, the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services are creating guidelines for the Early Learning Challenge, a $500 million grant competition to build and improve states’ early learning systems (birth to age
Chris Maxwell explains how the New Schools Project works, as well as its goals and successes, in this podcast for New America Foundation.
“Exploring PreK–3rd Grade: A dialogue on educational reform” may be the first shot in a revolution in early education in Illinois.
Sarah Garland interviewed Chris Maxwell for this Chicago Tribune story about in-class coaching to help Chicago Public Schools teachers improve their practice.