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Free info on Starting a Preschool for Pastors

Get your free ebook on how to start a congregational affiliated preschool. Just sign up for it.  Please tell me who you are and what city you are in, and I will send you the booklet in pdf form. Just … Continue reading

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Ferguson Says Diversity Training Still Very Relevant

I started doing “diversity training” back in the 1990s. I was wondering if it were really a “dead horse.”  Recent seminar feedback (diversity doesn’t apply here) and recent news (Ferguson. MO) suggest that it is still very relevant today. Please … Continue reading

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News for Family Day Home Operators

I do now how some online courses up, some of which would be good for Family Day Home Operators. How will I let them know about that?  This post! I would like to reach out to those who take care … Continue reading

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Poll for Religiously Affiliated Schools

Thanks to everyone who made the “Christian Directors’ Group-Taylor” a great success. Here is the poll I promised. Please participate in polling only if you are a director, assistant director, or owner of a Christian or Jewish school (so we … Continue reading

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Celebrating Independence

How are you celebrating Independence Day? I’ve been reading the biography of John Adams. Learned a lot and have been very encouraged.  For instance, John Adams said that Independency happened in the hearts of Americans before it was one on … Continue reading

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Reading is Important

God chose to communicate to His creation through a book. You know what that tells me? Literature is vitally important. – @KingCohl #books Dr.  David Dickinson is going to speak in San Antonio about the importance of early language acquisition … Continue reading

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Pre-Service On Sale

Directors in Austin are telling me that they have no good product for pre-service training. So I put the first 8 hours, necessary before a new employee works at all, into one binder. It follows the topics exactly as Licensing … Continue reading

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Curricula for Christian Centers

In answer to questions regarding Christian curricula, I have begun gathering recommendations. Here is what I have so far: 1. Alpha Omega – available both in retail stores and online (see 2 posts below for a discount coupon), full scope … Continue reading

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Easter is coming – what are your curricula plans?

Please share your top ideas for your preschool or early elementary classes. Are you looking forward to the beauty of Easter colors and bunny frills? Or are you focusing on the way of the cross? Or are you celebrating the … Continue reading

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Clock Hours Free online now

Organizational Strategies is online! Right now, for this month of February, our first two courses are free. That is right. Free. And unlike most ordinary puffery, I really and actually mean free. My gift to you. Posted is one of … Continue reading

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