Join the Yale Child Study Center, ZERO TO THREE, and Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students on July 21 for a look at suspensions and expulsions, early childhood mental health consultation, the impact of new rescue and relief funding, and more.
The pandemic increased stress for children, parents, and the early childhood workforce. Many were forced to stay home, others were forced to work. Increases in stress require increases in resources to effectively support the workforce as they manage their own stress and the social-emotional needs of the children returning to their care.
The good news is that there are models that research shows are effective, and resources from the federal COVID relief funds that can support their development. Attend this event to take a closer look at suspensions and expulsions, mental health consultations, new rescue and relief funding, and more.
During this event, participants will hear from the following presenters:
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