A presentation to the United States Senate’s Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions to determine what at the federal level can be done to improve child care quality throughout the United States, made a priority by the increase of dual-earning households
A hearing on issues affecting early childhood care and education, focusing on parents' involvement and influence, school readiness, the need for professional development for early childhood educators, and early childhood special education.
A hearing on the reauthorization of Head Start and what is needed for program improvement, focusing on teacher education, higher program standards, and more funding resources.
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