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They include: Jay Doolan, Joseph Hatrak, Linda Morse, Jean Voorhees, Robert Riehs, Iris Nagler, Arthur Mitchell, and Janis Jensen. The term "standards" as it applies to the field of early childhood education, is described in Early Learning Standards: Creating the Conditions for Success, the joint position statement of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and the National Association of Early Childhood Specialists in State Departments of Education (NAECS/SDE), approved in November, 2003 and endorsed by the Council of Chief State School Officers in April, 2003.
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Special thanks go to the hundreds of individuals who participated in the focus sessions and responded by letter or e-mail to provide input in the final document. The position statement uses the term "early learning standards" to describe expectations for the learning and development of young children. Linking the Expectations to the Classroom Curriculum As with the Core Curriculum Content Standards, the Preschool Teaching and Learning Expectations: Standards of Quality presents standards for all districts in the state.
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The New Jersey Department of Education gratefully acknowledges the hard work and dedication of numerous individuals who represented early childhood experts from across the state.
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The Department acknowledges the following staff members from the Office of Early Childhood Education for their assistance in preparing this document: Jennifer Beaumont, Laverne Blue, Lisa Cuff, Amy Hornbeck, Patricia Mc Millan, Raymonde Morton, Kateen Priestley, and Elizabeth Vaughan. The document, grounded in a strong theoretical framework for delivering hh quality educational experiences to young children, does the following: sets a standard for preschool learning outcomes and serves as a benchmark for determining how effectively the classroom curriculum is being implemented.
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