A major proving ground for all things early childhood, Clayton Early Learning is Colorado’s leading catalyst in providing early care and education, and collaborating with others to improve these important services. Our work focuses on ensuring optimal development during the critical birth-to-5 period for all children, especially those of limited opportunities. We succeed in closing learning gaps of disadvantaged children through a powerful model unique to Clayton Early Learning that harnesses the synergy of three dynamic initiatives – research, practice and training.

 

Research

Find out about the most effective ways to educate young children and to train teachers.

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Practice

Explore our schools where children get a successful jumpstart for kindergarten and beyond.

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Training

Interested in professional growth? We help bring out the best in teachers with training and coaching services.

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What's New?News Archive

5.17.17  The future of the Park Hill Golf Course property

Your opinion matters! Please take a short survey to help us learn more about community needs and to share your ideas for how the property can be used. More

5.16.17  Clayton COO selected for Aspen Institute Fellowship

Michael Niyompong joins class of 20 outstanding Colorado leaders for inaugural year of Children & Families Fellowship. More

4.24.17  Outstanding Clayton Parent Recognized

Denver Great Kids Head Start, a delegate agency, has recognized Clayton parent, Rachel Gatschet, for her outstanding contribution to the Head Start program. More

Men in ECE Speak Up: Ugly stereotypes, the importance of male teachers and why we love this field of work

Before I begin, I would like to thank everyone¬†who responded to the survey attached to the last blog… More

Join Us for Culture Night at Clayton Early Learning

Every year Clayton Early Learning celebrates the diverse cultures of our staff, students, and families… More

Child Care and the Candidates: What You Need to Know for Election Day

  After three presidential debates, endless internet memes, and over $1 billion spent by the candidates,… More