“Baby Braves,” an outstanding early childhood educational intervention in Heard County, Georgia

My words below are from AJC educational journalist Maureen Downey’s blog, “Get Schooled,” on December 20, 2016:

“Superintendent Rodney Kay has implemented a program that I dreamed would happen one day, but never saw implemented during my 35 years in education.

This is the most sound and productive way that I can envision to help every child reach his or her potential when going through primary, middle, and high schools. I encourage the “Baby Braves” program to continue at least until 2030 when its value can be validated. I have no doubt that citizens and educators will be amazed at the results. This is the smartest thing I have read that has been envisioned for improving public education in decades. Bravo! I have no doubt, also, that it will be continued indefinitely, even after 2030, because it will be successful.”

For details regarding this program go to the following link:

Georgia district meets future students in cradle to prepare them for classroom

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