Congress approved provisions prioritizing children who experience homelessness to be served by Head Start, the Child Care Development Fund, and other high-quality early learning programs. On September 16, professionals are invited to the “Young Children Experiencing Homelessness Summit: Educate. Collaborate. Inspire.” to explore these changes, identify challenges, and discuss the future.
Thousands of young homeless children are in shelter or living doubled up in Pennsylvania, in New Jersey, and in Delaware. High-quality early learning programs like Head Start can strengthen their resilience, but access is a challenge. Featuring keynote speaker Dr. Deborah Bergeron, National Director of Head Start, this Summit will explore what has happened since those changes, identify local and national challenges, and consider the role of intermediaries.
To attend the Summit, complete the event registration webpage.
To learn more, visit the event page.
For questions, contact Joe Willard at 267.777.5851 or email@example.com.
*Information provided by the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
An event every month that begins at 5:00 pm on day Fourth of the month, repeating until December 24, 2020