Everyone else has received a memo with crucial information to read beforehand, but you didn’t.
How do you feel? Uncomfortable, awkward, out of place.
“You don’t feel prepared,” said Andy McGuire, a nuclear medicine physician by training. “That’s what a child feels like when they go to kindergarten unprepared.”
Speaking to a large crowd Thursday at the Women’s Leadership Council’s annual luncheon, McGuire said brain research shows the importance of quality early childhood education for children from birth to age 6.