Event to focus on early childhood education during pandemicScott Rothschild
A national lineup of educators, including Kansas’ National Teacher of the Year Tabatha Rosproy, will conduct a conversation on changes in early childhood education during the COVID-19 health crisis.
“Early Efforts: Ensuring Developmentally Appropriate Practice Amidst a Global Pandemic” will be held online at 7 p.m. Thur. Oct. 8.
The Hunt Institute, National Association for the Education of Young Children, American Association of School Administrators, and Council of the Chief State School Officers have joined forces to examine the challenges faced by early childhood educators.
In addition to Rosproy, an early childhood teacher with Winfield USD 465, the event will feature Dr. Barbara Cooper, Alabama Secretary of Early Childhood Education; Tamara Johnson, National Association for the Education of Young Children Governing Board and Executive Director of Malaika Early Learning Center (Wisconsin), and Edward Manuszak, Superintendent of Dundee Community Schools (Michigan).
You can register now at https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5jYRvJbtReWFpRySdecEcQ.