Parents as Consumers – How and Why Parents Make Choices about Early Childhood Development
Did you miss our webinar sharing new research on what parents are looking for in early childhood programs? Watch the recording to hear from Marianna McCall, Founding Partner of Trust for Learning and Rich Neimand, President of the Neimand Collaborative. They share their findings including that:
- Parents clearly see highly personalized learning as ideal, and they know it when they see it.
- Parents are looking for early childhood education that is highly personalized, child-centric and supports their child’s development into capable, well-rounded individuals.
- Parents place a higher emphasis on developing social and emotional skills in their children’s early years, with 71% of parents finding it important that quality learning programs nurture their children’s unique personalities and independence.
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