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Healthy Learners: A Whole Child Approach to Reducing Disparities in Early Education


reviewed by Sara Gable ó October 11, 2016

coverTitle: Healthy Learners: A Whole Child Approach to Reducing Disparities in Early Education
Author(s): Robert Crosnoe, Claude Bonazzo, and Nina Wu
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: 0807757098, Pages: 158, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 11, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21678, Date Accessed: 4/29/2017 11:22:32 PM

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  • Sara Gable
    University of Missouri, Columbia
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    SARA GABLE is an Associate Professor and State Extension Specialist in the College of Human Environmental Sciences at the University of Missouri, Columbia. As a State Extension Specialist, she develops educational programs for early childhood professionals and assists with the Missouri Child and Adult Care Food Programís Eat Smart and MOve Smart initiatives. In partnership with a local Title I Preschool Program, she is working to discover new ways to teach young children about healthy eating and physical activity. She is conducting research to determine if physical activity can be integrated with number learning games to improve children's numeracy and is implementing a garden program for preschoolers to learn about the life cycle of plants and taste freshly harvested vegetables. Her first book, The States of Child Care: Building a Better System, was published in 2014 by Teachers College Press.
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