Tosha Phillis teaches at the YMCA preschool in 2014. Early learning advocates have said that the earliest years of life, from birth to 3 years old, are crucial in developing literacy as well as social and critical thinking skills.
Tosha Phillis teaches at the YMCA preschool in 2014. Early learning advocates have said that the earliest years of life, from birth to 3 years old, are crucial in developing literacy as well as social and critical thinking skills. File Tri-City Herald
Tosha Phillis teaches at the YMCA preschool in 2014. Early learning advocates have said that the earliest years of life, from birth to 3 years old, are crucial in developing literacy as well as social and critical thinking skills. File Tri-City Herald

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