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CCEEPRC 2020 Virtual Event Series

Dear Colleagues,

We are excited to share that sessions from the Child Care and Early Education Policy Research Consortium 2020 Annual Meeting (CCEEPRC 2020) will be featured as virtual events starting in July and continuing through September.

The CCEEPRC Annual Meeting differs from other research-focused meetings that many of us attend. This meeting is the collective effort of the Consortium—a rich network of stakeholders working in a variety of professional spaces who are committed to strengthening the bridges between child care and early education research and policies. The CCEEPRC 2020 virtual events build on continuing discussions while also trying to foster new connections and inquiries. To this end, sessions bring together researchers, policymakers, and practitioners engaged in policy-related child care and Head Start research to share findings and innovations, discuss challenges and solutions, and generally make connections across projects to maximize what we can learn from Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation-funded research.

Although we are disappointed that we were not able to meet in person this year, we are thrilled that so much of the original program will be available as virtual events. Please see below for the schedule of events in July and look for updates on additional events to be held in August and September. Detailed descriptions of each event are available on the CCEEPRC 2020 meeting website (password: Research2020).

We hope you can join these virtual events to build knowledge and bridges with us!

Sincerely,

Naomi Goldstein

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Planning, Research, and Evaluation

Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation

 


 

CCEEPRC 2020

 

July Virtual Event Schedule

 

Racial/Ethnic and Economic Segregation in Early Care and Education

 

Supporting Infant-Toddler Teachers With Technology

 

Note: The August and September Virtual Event Schedules will be announced soon!

 

Office of Child Care

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