June 21, 2010

Beginnings Child Development Center, in its commitment to providing excellence to children and families, will be launching a pioneering study at the school that further develops our longstanding dedication to fostering emotional intelligence in children. Beginnings will be launching a pilot study this coming year in further examining the process of the development of emotional intelligence in young children. Recently Beginnings attracted the attention of Dr. Kurt Fischer, the Charles Bigelow Professor of Education at Harvard University and Director of the Mind, Brain and Education program who said, " Beginnings School is uniquely focused on the emotional foundations of early development with a curriculum and educational practice grounded in relevant research about emotional development and learning." Beginnings was identified because of its 25 years of experience delivering high quality education through a unique curriculum that focuses on emotional intelligence as a critical component in attaining academic, social and personal success.

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