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Early intervention is key to success at Pathways


Every child living in poverty enrolls in school with some delay in either language, development skills or both. The earlier children are enrolled, the more progress they can make to achieve their academic and social emotional development.

Pathways has implemented a new curriculum that focuses on the individual needs of every child enrolled. A minimum of three assessments are given to every child each year.

If a child is identified with any delays or deficits in any area, they are evaluated. Our team ensures that any interventions or modifications are put in place both in classroom and assistance at home.

Beth Hatch, Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee

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