The STREAMin3 curriculum model has been made possible through multiple partnerships between the following organizations.
Center for the Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL)
The Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) at the University of Virginia’s School of Education and Human Development is an interdisciplinary center that provides leadership on effective teaching and learning through scientific study in educational settings from infancy to higher education. STREAMin3 has been developed by a CASTL team of early childhood education researchers and specialists.
Elevate Early Education
The New E3 School
Virginia Department of Social Services
Obici Healthcare Foundation
The Alleghany Foundation
To complement the state’s investment, the Alleghany Foundation provided additional support to pilot the STREAMin3 curriculum package in an additional 17 state funded classrooms in the Alleghany Highlands.
ReadyKids provides the Charlottesville area with counseling, family support, and early learning experiences to ensure children are ready for life. ReadyKids provided support in recruitment and an early learning specialist with expertise in curriculum to serve as a STREAMin3 coach to one of the programs for the full length of the pilot.
Participating Virginia Programs
In the 2019-2021 school years, birth-five classrooms all over Virginia implemented the STREAMin3 curriculum model. Development of STREAMin3 has been supported by schools and programs across the state, who volunteered to pilot the model and share feedback to guide wider use of the curriculum and professional development supports.