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Crisis in the Kindergarten: Why Children Need to Play in School Perfect Paperback – March 20, 2009
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The data and arguments offered in this report are both powerful and compelling.--David Elkind author of The Hurried Child --Forward, Crisis in the Kindergarten: Why Childhren Need to Play in School
About the Author
Edward Miller is a founding partner of the U.S. Alliance for Childhood, a consultant to it and edited its earlier reports on technology and childhood. A former editor of the Harvard Education Letter, has taught at Harvard University and at Sarah Lawrence College, where he is a member of the Professional Advisory Board of the Child Development Institute. He was a consultant to the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Appropriate Test Use and an editor of its 1999 report, High Stakes Testing for Tracking, Promotion, and Graduation.
Joan Almon is co-founder of the Alliance for Childhood in the U.S. and Europe and has served as Executive Director of the U.S. Alliance since its founding. A former Waldorf early childhood educator, she frequently lectures on early childhood and play, leads workshops, and writes articles for educators and general readers. She speaks about play in two recent documentaries: Where Do the Children Play?, produced by Michigan Television, and Wetlands and Wonder, produced by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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