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March 3, 2024

NGO harps on best practices for early childhood education

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By Mateen Badru

Alpha Global, a Non-Governmental Organisation, has advocated for best practices in early childhood education and development.

The Founder, Caroline Popoola, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos on Thursday.

Popoola highlighted the significance of leadership in childcare setting and the different qualities a childcare leader should possess.

She said the group was passionate about promoting early childhood education successes with focus on effective leadership and management, and urged educators and practitioners worldwide not to settle for less.

Popoola, also the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Alpha Childcare and Alpha Chains Limited, stressed the need for value and ethical-driven leadership

“Alpha Global is set out to unlock the power of early childhood education, explore practical strategies for success and create a strong foundation for children’s learning and development.

“It is a leading organisation in early childhood education, providing innovative solutions, resources, and support to educators and practitioners worldwide.

“With a strong emphasis on effective leadership and management, Alpha Global aims to promote the success and well-being of children in their early years,” she said.

Popoola said the group had webinars which highlighted its commitment in providing innovative solutions, resources, and support to educators and practitioners worldwide.

She said the group had an upcoming conference on July 8 in Nigeria, and for the first time in Ghana.

According to her, the conference will bring together experts in the field of early childhood education to further explore best practices, exchange ideas and enhance the quality of early childhood education in Africa and beyond. (NAN)(www.nannews.ng)

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Edited by Chidi Opara/Oluwole Sogunle

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