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Live from NECC: Preschool Screening

Curriculum Associates announced the launch of the new BRIGANCE Early Childhood System, which helps in identifying preschool children’s developmental strengths and weaknesses.
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Curriculum Associates announced the launch of the new BRIGANCE Early Childhood System, which helps in identifying preschool children’s developmental strengths and weaknesses. The BRIGANCE Early Childhood System provides quick and easy screening which includes key assessments that have been standardized on representative samples of thousands of children nationwide.

The system aligns to state early-learning standards and outcomes, helps meet monitoring and screening requirements, and complies with IDEA by sampling all developmental domains. Further, it provides an integrated solution to support Title I funding aimed at strengthening early childhood programs.

For complete details visit www.Brigance.com.

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