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Live from NECC: Software for a Head Start

Curriculum Associates’ new BRIGANCE Head Start System, launched at the Head Start National Association Conference this spring, is now available.  
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Curriculum Associates’ new BRIGANCE Head Start System is now available. The system is designed to prepare every child for school success by providing quick and easy screening, developmentally appropriate activities, and ongoing assessment and monitoring of student skills. The system provides comprehensive screening of developmental domains, including communication, motor, and academic/pre-academic skills, and provides ongoing assessments of the Head Start Child Outcomes Framework domains.

The entire integrated Head Start System 3-year subscription is available for a special introductory price of $999 (for up to 20 children) until July 31, 2009. Additional specially-priced kits are available. For complete details visit www.Brigance.com/HEADSTART

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