The spring edition of Erikson on Children, our newsletter for alumni, donors, and friends, is now available online.
For nearly 20 years, the Joseph and Bessie Feinberg Foundation has generously provided annual unrestricted support to Erikson.
Read about the professional and personal accomplishments of Erikson’s alumni.
More than 50 alumni returned to Erikson for open houses in January and March.
When teachers connect their lessons to each student’s unique interests and abilities, mathematical understanding can blossom.
Professor Meléndez offers tips to help families who speak more than one language raise bilingual and bi-literate children.
Steve Gradman, Elenne Song, and Jenni Sorenson join the Board of Trustees.
Brian Puerling, M.S. ’11, is an author and international consultant and presenter on children and technology.
The FAN tool is being adapted to more settings serving children, ranging from early childhood mental health consultation systems to pediatrician training.
One of the most successful models for school reform — and one in which Erikson plays a critical role — is getting a boost from an innovative form of private investment.
“This agency pioneered a unique way of helping the youngest children, and we couldn’t have done it without Erikson,” says DCFS acting director George H. Sheldon.
By the fall, Erikson will have a new strategic plan addressing the most pressing issues facing families with young children, writes President Nagle.
Story acting can help Head Start deliver on the promise of helping all children to become articulate and literate learners.
“We are thrilled to be invited to bring our expertise and experience to China,” says President Nagle.
“Together, we will provide guidance on what matters most for young children, parents, families, and educators in the digital age,” says Erikson’s Chip Donohue.