For many families, the summer brings fun as well the need to plan ahead for fall! If you are the adult of a four year old, then the Great Start Readiness Program may be the perfect fit for your child’s early education. This no cost preschool for eligible four year old children is funded by the state and available across our great state. Each Great Start Readiness program classroom provides a safe learning environment with Early Childhood Educators that deliver instruction using research based curriculum, best practice and of course care.
Read more about what the Great Start Readiness Program can offer here. If you are in Wayne County, you can also visit the Wayne RESA Great Start Readiness Program website here.
Lastly, if you know the Great Start Readiness Program is a perfect fit for your four year old, call 833-FOURYEAROLD to learn about programs that have openings for enrollment nearest you. If you have little ones who are not yet four year old and still need a great start, you can look up all available early childhood programs and daycare near you by visiting the Great Start to Quality website.
Great Start to Quality helps families find the best early learning settings for their children and helps educators improve the care they give to children. Whatever your family’s decisions are for early learning, be sure to take advantage of all the resources available. In addition to the ones mentioned in this piece, a few more to check out are below!
Great Start Readiness Program is a Michigan state-funded preschool program for four-year-old children with factors which may place them at risk of educational failure. The program is administered by the Michigan Department of Education, Office of Great Start. Funding is allocated to Wayne RESA to administer the program locally.
These blogs were developed and funded under a grant awarded by the Michigan Department of Education.
Research on preschool programs and specific research on GSRP indicates that children provided with a high-quality preschool experience show significant positive developmental differences when compared to children from the same backgrounds who did not attend a high-quality preschool program.