National Survey Of Early Childhood Programs
Briefs taken from National Survey of Early Childhood Programs: 2010, Education Market Research, 2010. Survey of 16,000 educators, conducted in the spring 2010, including Pre-K through Grade 2 teachers, and Early Childhood supervisors. National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) grade by grade enrollment figures for the school year starting Fall 2009 indicate that the Early Childhood market of Prekindergarten through second grade consists of approximately 12.5 million children, up from 11.3 million eight years ago. EMR’s 2010 survey of this market segment was designed to ask Early Childhood educators about how they allocate class time, the kinds of instructional materials they prefer to use, how much they spend on those materials, which publishers, manufacturers, and suppliers are providing them with the best products and services, and what types of new materials they feel they need for the future.
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