– Lee Rotenberg
CEO and cofounder of Clay
“In our current climate we have seen more children struggling with mental health and anxiety than before,”
said Sasha Vinson, Chief Operating Officer, Kids ‘R’ Kids Corporate.
“As early educators we are constantly looking for innovative ways of connecting with our children and helping families cope with challenging behaviors. This is why we are so excited to be partnering with Clay. Early intervention in the preschool setting is key to helping families and teachers form a support system to help children build confidence, curb challenging behaviors, and develop a lifelong love of learning. ”
“Our partnership with CLAY is particularly advantageous for our parents and teachers – however, the winners in this efficient yet thorough process are the children,”
said Kate Sherrard, Creative Director, O2B Kids.
“CLAY offers us a window into the world of each student from the perspective of both the teacher and the parent. Early identification of areas where a student excels or may need help will benefit that child dramatically in their future success. We feel that CLAY will give each student and family a leg up on their academic and developmental success.”
“We’ve seen firsthand the impact that early identification can have on our classrooms,”
said Spencer Kushner, Founder of Otter Learning, a multi-state leading early childhood operator.
“Clay’s platform has been an invaluable tool in helping us to identify and address behavioral and emotional issues early on, and we view this new data as a validation of the importance of this work.”
“At The Malvern School, we are committed to developing the whole child during their crucial early childhood years– from infancy to pre-kindergarten and beyond,”
Kristen Waterfield, Founder & CEO, The Malvern School.
“Our Program focuses on the physical, cognitive and emotional growth of the child and that is why partnering with CLAY is perfect for our school communities. We are excited to offer our parents resources outside of the classroom that will be customized to their child’s own developmental needs and provide all caregivers with the tools to navigate the early childhood years.”