Willard School 2700 Hurd Ave, Evanston, IL60201 An education at the WIllard School goes quite a bit further than the usual reading, writing and arithmetic. The…More philosophy here is to educate the student as a whole person, which means not only aiding the child's cognitive development, but their social and emotional development as well. Willard provides a strong educational foundation for students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Child Care Network of Evanston 1335 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Since it's inception as a volunteer program in 1967, The Childcare Network of Evanston has been dedicated to…More providing clients and their families access to quality early childhood education. Today, the non-profit receives funding to support programs for teachers, parents and kids including projects to develop prenatal support and education, pre-school educational resources and parent empowerment. CNE's primary goal is to foster awareness and community support of children during their crucial and formative early years.
CNE is an Early Head Start Grantee.
Beth Emet Synagogue 1224 Dempster St, Evanston, IL60202 Beth Emet is a free synagogue. Weekly worship services and religious education programs are available for people of all…More ages. The Synagogue's NAEYC-certified early childhood education program is designed for children as young as one year and as old as five years, while religious education is offered to students in preschool through the 12th grade. The Beth Emet synagogue is also active in the community and hosts adult education classes encouraging the development of the individual as a spiritual, social and political being capable of improving not only the local community but the global-social landscape.
Robert-Leslie Publishing LLC 1007 Church St, Evanston, IL60201 Robert-Leslie Publishing, The Early Childhood Company, was formed in 2005 in response to a need for early childhood…More educational literature. Believing that educational materials were especially lacking, Robert-Leslie Publishing created the InvestiGator Club, a comprehensive pre-kindergarten educaton program for both teachers and students.
The Dbq Project 425 Lee St, Evanston, IL60202 The Dbq Project is an online, Evanston-based business that sells textbooks and educational materials to schools. …More Materials can be ordered through its website.
Altschul Group 1560 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Altschul Group is a division of the Discovery Education Group of the Discovery Channel, with an office located in…More Evanston, Ill.
Covenant Nursery School 1420 Maple Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Founded by Lois Lloyd, the founder of the local northern suburban SHORE group, the Covenant Nursery School has been…More serving Evanston almost as long as her other organization. For more than 55 years, this not-for-profit school has been educating toddlers and infants from two to five years old. Although the school mostly offers half-day education and care, there are extended care programs as well as summer programs. The school is not strongly religious, but it's non-sectarian, so there is a religious element.
Dewey Elementary School 1551 Wesley Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Dewey Elementary School is a part of the Evanston/Skokie School District 65. This school teaches kindergarten through…More fifth grade and offers classes in physical education, art, music and library services. Dewey also offer "Tiger Talk," the official school newsletter. In 2009, Dewey Elementary School was named to the Illinois State Board of Education Honor Roll with an Academic Excellence Award.
King Lab Magnet School 2424 Lake St, Evanston, IL60201 A strong trend in education these days is found in the way schools lightly adopt aspects of the Montessori style.…More At King Lab (Martin Luther King Jr. Laboratory) Magnet School, that trend is on display as an emphasis is placed on adaptive, individual learning styles. A full commitment to teaching in a context that acknowledges and celebrates diverse cultures is evident as well. Principal Jeffrey Brown encourages transparency and communication, inviting parents of students, both current and prospective, to contact him and have a conversation about the education available at King Lab.