The Washington Area Women's Foundation's Early Care and Education Funders Collaborative and Montgomery College School of Education invite you to join us on January 20, 2018 for a Regional Early Care and Education Summit. The Summit will focus on the impact of diversity and racial stratification on early education systems, including creating a skilled workforce to meet the needs of all children and families and reducing achievement gaps.
- Registration and Coffee - 10:00 am
- Welcome Remarks - 11:00 am
- Opening Keynote - 11:15 am
- Breakout Session Round 1 - 11:55 am
- Lunch - 1:00 pm
- Breakout Session Round 2 - 1:40 pm
- Closing Panel Discussion - 2:45 pm
Confirmed Speakers Include:
- Lindsey Allard Agnamba, School Readiness Consulting
- Stacie Burch, Anne Arundel Community College
- Joanne Hurt, Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day
- Cemere James, National Black Child Development Institute
- Florence Kreisman, Mary's Center
- Tammy Mann, The Campagna Center
- Marica Cox Mitchell, National Association for the Education of Young Children
- Aaliyah Samuels, National Governors Association
With Workshops Facilitated By:
- Children's National Health System
- Mary's Center
- Montgomery College
- Montgomery Moving Forward
- National Association for the Education of Young Children
- Northern Virginia Community College
- Trinity Washington University
- Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day and School Readiness Consulting
This event is free for early childhood educators and others in the early education field in the DC region, including Washington, DC, Montgomery County, Prince George's County, Alexandria, Arlington County, and Fairfax County. Participation letters will be provided for educators.
Space is limited, so reserve your seat today!
Thank you to Our Event Sponsors: Equity in Early Learning Initaitive (a partnership of The Campagna Center, School Readiness Consulting, and Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day) and Kaplan Early Learning Company.
When: Saturday, Jan. 20
4:00 pm - 8:15 pm
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