Ashland Independent Early Childhood Regional Training Center
The Ashland Independent Early Childhood Regional Training Center was established in 1987 as a unique service delivery model for training, technical assistance, consultation, and lending of materials. It was established to provide services to local school districts for implementing early childhood programs for special needs and at-risk children ages three to five. The center provides peer-to-peer services which research shows is the most effective approach for working with local school district and agency personnel. The staff from the Ashland Independent Early Children Regional Training Center provides assistance to the local school districts and other service providers in the implementation of the preschool component of the Kentucky Education Reform Act of 1990 and the national goal of “All children in America will start school ready to learn.”
We believe that all children can learn at high levels of performance regardless of family background, race, economic level or special needs.
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