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How do we encourage educators, many of whom are uncomfortable with math and science, to engage in STEAM activities with their students? What’s the difference between STEAM and STEM? These are just some of the questions answered last week when NHSA participated in a Google Hangout panel hosted by the U.S. Department of Education that highlighted state, regional and national system-wide early STEM efforts across the country.
Last week, innovators from around the country gathered in Seattle, Washington to attend the first-ever Early Childhood Innovation Summit. Head Start began as an innovative experiment 50 years ago and, in that spirit, early childhood education leaders across the country are continuing to find innovative ways to better serve their communities.
For many of our Head Start children, summer poses a threat. The effects of less class time, fewer books, and limited opportunities for social skill growth can have detrimental effects known as "summer learning loss." 
Striving for Excellence in Head Start
For two days enthusiasts from across the country gathered in Nashville to work together and pave the way for future generations of our nation’s most vulnerable children.
Head Start managers and directors need a strong set of skills to provide the leadership necessary to move forward a high-quality program.
It’s a Wrap!

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