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EARLY LEARNING PROGRAM

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The Howard University School of Education Early Learning Program (ELP), a campus-based early childhood facility licensed in the District of Columbia, was established to provide a sound educational environment for young children. ELP is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and is a member of the National Coalition for Campus Children's Centers (NCCCC). This unit consists of the Adele B. McQueen Preschool, the Howard University Kindergarten, and the Howard University Summer Day Camp. Each classroom reflects a community of learners bringing together children of various ages, interests and abilities. The curriculum evolves from the contributions of children, parents and teachers in an atmosphere of exchange and interaction. Rich classroom experiences and regularly scheduled field trips are designed to promote positive growth and development and to enhance learning. Cooperative projects are encouraged to build self confidence, foster cooperation, and to support learning that occurs when children are working in teams or in groups. 

 

LOCATION
ELP is conveniently located on Howard University's main campus.

Building 58

531 College Street, NW

Washington, DC 20059

202.806.7102 

 

 

ELP Staff

Tabitha A. Ishmael, Director

Eulis Sawney, Administrative Assistant

Theresa S. Maxie, Rhonda A. Beete, & Joyce R. Harper, Teachers

Vanessa Allen, LeeRay DeShazor, and Christina Gadson Instructional Assistants

Verilyn Lee, Cook/Nutritionist

 

For a printer-friendly application in Adobe Acrobat, click here or download your own free Adobe Reader.  Please call or email the program for additional information. Phone:  202 806 7102, huelp@howard.edu


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