NHSA Launching National Effort to Engage State Lawmakers
Gary Community Investments Will Help Accelerate Project’s Development WASHINGTON, DC — Among the 15 breakthrough solutions named the Early Childhood Innovation Prize’s “Top Ideas” is a practitioner-driven infrastructure project to increase the ability of Head Start programs to use data to improve outcomes for vulnerable children and families, the National Head Start Association announced today.
*/ 2018 MDA Schedule at a Glance Day 1 9:15 – 10:45 AM
Gallery Walk: Welcome to the Innovator Studio Join us in the Innovator Studio to learn about the ideas and outcomes from past HeadStarter Network/partner events such as previous Innovation Summits, our 2016 Hackathon, 2017 Incubator, 2018 Head Start Catalyst, and the Sorenson Impact Innovation Lab. Each event challenged participants to foster intentional innovations that result in new products and process improvements, catalyze and disseminate new ideas, processes, and technologies to increase quality in early childhood development and education.
*/ Schedule at a Glance Day 1: Learn 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM Registration 8:30 - 9:00 AM Coffee Jumpstart! 9:30 - 10:45 AM Opening Session 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Become innovation-fit in just three days! Innovation is for people and it starts with them too. The HeadStarter Network believes we can enhance innovation in early childhood education if we help to enable as many members of the early child community as possible to think, feel, and act like innovators—by providing them with the tools, knowledge, and spirit to do so in their everyday work.
We’ve heard from some participants that hotel availability has been shifting, so we want to let you know about all the hotels nearby that are available at multiple price points.
It is time to invest in what is already working and expand Head Start’s capacity to treat children and families harmed by the opioid crisis.