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  School readiness is a concept that many can get behind, but it can be hard to define for some. Standardizing a definition is one way that Oklahomans can start to understand what school readiness is. The Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness Board unveiled their definition of school...
  // Defending Children in the War on Poverty: Poverty and School Readiness   Lyndon B. Johnson delivered his famous “War on Poverty” speech fifty years ago this week. The surge of attention received from this State of the Union address began the implementation of social safety net...
  A young child’s brain develops 700 hundred synapses a second, making her brain incredibly adaptive to new experiences, both positive and negative.  Thus, exposure to abuse and neglect not only negatively impacts a child’s physical wellbeing, but may also significantly alter her brain...
(For the Celebrate the Baby week flyer, click here.)  During the week of October 21-25, Smart Start Oklahoma and Oklahoma Association for Infant Mental Health (OKAIMH) will be participating in Celebrate the Baby. By celebrating the baby and raising awareness about infant mental health issues...
  For most people the term “homeless” conjures up images of the people society would rather ignore. People often picture a haggard man on a street corner clutching a brown paper sack and begging for money. It is easy to forget that there are many children in America that do not have a place...
This entry is the first in a series about issues facing children as they go back to school.   Smart Start Oklahoma has a special interest in back-to-school matters. Ensuring that all children are safe, eager to learn, and ready to succeed when they arrive at a school’s door is a passion of...
A recent blog post of Strategies for Children, Inc. has been circulating. Be sure to check it out! http://eyeonearlyeducation.org/2012/05/03/preschool-helps-bridge-school-readiness-gap/  
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