Preventing Early Learning Failure

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ABOUT ASCD
Founded in 1943, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development is a nonpartisan, nonprofit education association, with international headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia. ASCD’s mission statement: ASCD, a diverse, international community of educators, forging covenants in teaching and learning for the success of all learners.Membership in ASCD includes a subscription to the award-winning journal Educational Leadership; two newsletters, Education Update and Curriculum Update; and other products and services. ASCD sponsors affiliate organizations in many states and international locations; participates in collaborations and networks; holds conferences, institutes, and training programs; produces publications in a variety of media; sponsors recognition and awards programs; and provides research information on education issues.ASCD provides many services to educators—prekindergarten through grade 12—as well as to others in the education community, including parents, school board members, administrators, and university professors and students. For further information, contact ASCD via telephone: 1-800-933-2723 or 703-578-9600; fax: 703-575-5400; or e-mail: member@ascd.org. Or write to ASCD, Information Services, 1703 N. Beauregard St., Alexandria, VA 22311-1714 USA. You can find ASCD on the World Wide Web at http://www.ascd.org.ASCD’s Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer is Gene R. Carter.
2001–02 ASCD EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Kay A. Musgrove (President), Peyton Williams Jr. (President-Elect), LeRoy E. Hay (Immediate Past President), Patricia Ashcraft, Martha Bruckner, Mary Ellen Freeley, Richard L. Hanzelka, Douglas E. Harris, Mildred Huey, Susan Kerns, Robert Nicely Jr., James Tayler, Andrew Tolbert, Sandra K. Wegner, Jill Dorler Wilson.
BELIEF STATEMENTS
Fundamental to ASCD is our concern for people, both individually and collectively.
We believe that the individual has intrinsic worth.
We believe that all people have the ability and the need to learn.
We believe that all children have a right to safety, love, and learning.
We believe that a high-quality, public system of education open to all is imperative for society to flourish.
We believe that diversity strengthens society and should be honored and protected.
We believe that broad, informed participation committed to a common good is critical to democracy.
We believe that humanity prospers when people work together.
ASCD also recognizes the potential and power of a healthy organization.
We believe that healthy organizations purposefully provide for self-renewal.
We believe that the culture of an organization is a major factor shaping individual attitudes and behaviors.
We believe that shared values and common goals shape and change the culture of healthy organizations.

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