Pathways has 122 students, ranging from four weeks to five years old. Often, we’re asked what kind of “early learning” babies and toddlers are engaged in.
Studies from multiple universities prove that access to early education builds the essential neural pathways that develop the skill of learning in children. By providing an enriching, hands-on environment of books, art and social play, we help their brains grow and adapt for a lifetime of learning.
Early education centers like Pathways that utilize nationally recognized, evidence-based curricula with multi-sensory experiences help students effectively work in groups and communicate with peers.
– Beth Hatch, Pathways Early Education Center