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Early Learning Curriculum

Split circle logo. Coast Salish eagle on the left, Plateau basket design on the right. Represents the Office of Native Education at OSPI.

Early Learning Grade Levels

Since Time Immemorial Early Learning Curriculum

This early learning curriculum complements the “Since Time Immemorial” Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State Curriculum developed through the Office of Native Education/OSPI. It is the culmination of a shared vision of the Tribal Nations, Office of Native Education/OSPI, First Peoples First Steps Alliance, Thrive Washington, the Department of Early Learning, and Puget Sound ESD’s Native American Programs (Rebecca Kreth, former director of the PSESD Native American Early Learning Project).


For more information please email Tleena Ives, Director of Tribal Relations, Department of Children, Youth, and Families, or call at 360-999-0077.