Join senior leadership of the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Linda Smith, Rachel Schumacher, and Blanca Enriquez, for this special webcast that will highlight lessons learned and promising practices from the Tribal Early Learning Initiative.
- Exploring strategies to support increased early childhood program collaboration with the aim of developing seamless services for children and families and increasing program quality
- Discussing the importance of effective cross-program partnerships as a foundation for early childhood system development
- Sharing examples of successful collaboration within the Tribal Early Learning Initiative (TELI), an ACF-sponsored effort to support partnerships across Head Start and Early Head Start, child care, and home visiting programs in tribal communities
Who Should Participate?
This webinar will benefit an array of audiences, including:
- Head Start and Early Head Start family services and health staff, directors, and managers;
- home visiting state, territory, and tribal administrators
- child care state, territory, and tribal administrators;
- T/TA staff; professional development providers and consultants;
- Head Start State Collaboration Offices; and
- other state and local community stakeholders interested in supporting strong early childhood systems.
How to Register
Register for the webinar online at https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1076701.