The A. Sophie Rogers School for Early Learning offers an immersive learning environment for children ages six weeks to five years old. We partner with The Ohio State University and Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy to provide effective, research-based curriculum focused on language and literacy development and building essential skills. Read More
Your child’s development in their early years is growing by leaps and bounds as they learn new social, language and other developmental skills. Explore our school to learn more about our research-based language and literacy curriculum, the people your child will learn from and the place they will develop their love of learning.
See what’s happening in our classrooms! As our teachers get to know your child, teachers use the child’s interests to help shape curricular choices. Each week, you will find each classroom’s weekly curriculum guide and featured projects that demonstrate learning in action.
The School for Early Learning provides valuable learning and training for students at The Ohio State University. Internships, observations and research opportunities exist for aspiring educators and clinical field experiences are available for graduate and medical students.
We had a wonderful turnout for this fall's Brown Bag Family Workshop: Potty Training Your Child. Access to the slides shared at this event can be found here. Our brown bag workshops highlight successful ways families can tackle physical, behavioral, and wellness issues for their children birth
Biannually, the Research To Inform Practice fellowship pairs one staff member from the A. Sophie Rogers School for Early Learning, with a Crane Center for Early Childhood Research and Policy researcher for a four-month program to work together on issues affecting classroom practice. Kate Galvin,