Maggie Teller, President & CEO of The Children's Workshop and Founder/Executive Director of the Children's Workshop Foundation was named 2018's Social Services Woman to Watch by Providence Business News.
Each year, the National Association for the Education of Young Children (also known as NEAYC) celebrates young children by sponsoring the Week of the Young Child during the month of April. The purpose of this week is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families. Also,
Comedy for Our Communities is taking place on May 31st at the Comedy Connection in East Providence, to benefit the Children’s Workshop Foundation. If you don’t already know what they do, let me explain why you should care enough to sponsor this event that is making a direct impact on your commun
Our children are surrounded by women in early childhood and education. With approximately only 3% of men working in pre-elementary education all over the world  the workforce in childcare, daycare and early ed settings is predominantly female. There are so many questions as to why there is such a
Many parents or guardians get very frustrated when their child is affected by biting – whether because their child is biting others or their child is the one getting bitten. While it can be distressing, parents should not worry too much about biting; it is not abnormal. There are reasons why child
Young children need a variety of skills to become successful readers. The 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress indicates that only one-third of our nation’s fourth graders have the proficient reading skills necessary to complete their school work successfully. Research shows that child
Congressman David Cicilline Hosts Childcare Roundtable at The Children’s Workshop Congressman David Cicilline visited The Children’s Workshop in Lincoln, Rhode Island to sit down with numerous early childhood professionals and discuss childcare affordability. For more information, click