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April eNews

On Tuesday, April 23 in Columbia, SC, ICS brought together state representatives and senators (and their staff) from across the aisle. The legislators serve on the House Education and Public Works Committee and Senate Education Committee respectively. The purpose of the annual dinner is to foster relationships with the legislative members who represent the five million citizens of South Carolina. The dinner was engaging and filled with lively conversations about taking quantum leaps in education and moving children (especially 0-8) forward in early childhood education (ECE).
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Press Release: Natural Playground Brings European Flair to Nicholtown Community

When compared to traditional playgrounds, Representative Dillard lists numerous advantages natural playgrounds offer – awakening a child’s senses of sight, sound and touch with opportunities to play, feel and explore; offering a multi-phase approach to play; encouraging risk-taking and creativity; and presenting social and learning opportunities as children share and work together to carry out tasks.
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March 2019 Newsletter

What We've Been Up To Co-Hosting an Outstanding 2-Day Nurturing Developing Minds Conference and Research & Implementation Symposium The Prisma Health - Bradshaw Institute for Community Child Health & Advocacy - ICS 2019 Nurturing Developing Minds Conference was a resounding…

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