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This webinar shares results of a newly released survey from August 2020, finding that many parents are struggling to locate quality, affordable child care amid closures and capacity restrictions. While the survey was of parents with children birth-5, there are also findings for school-age children.
This webinar features Dr. Gil Noam from Partnerships in Education and Resilience (PEAR) who explores what the field might expect regarding an increase in mental health issues since the pandemic.
In the context of COVID-19, this webinar explores Native American and Alaska Native (AIAN) traditions, philosophies, and strengths. It demonstrates how, in AIAN communities, contemporary challenges are viewed in a larger historic and spiritual framework that gives people hope and helps them adapt, cope, and heal. This wisdom guides AIAN Head Start and Early Head Start programs.
This webinar, the 8th in a series on early childhood education (ECE), is a topical, thoughtful discussion about systemic racism in early childhood education. It addresses the impact of racism on children, families, and child care providers.
This virtual press conference brought together leading experts to explore summer solutions emerging in the pandemic. It begins with a review of the findings from the report by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine on Shaping Summertime Experiences.
This webinar explores issues related to virtual summer camp programming. A panel of three practitioners from different types of camps share their experiences and expertise in online programming.
On June 3, 2020 the National Center on Afterschool and Summer Enrichment (NCASE) hosted the webinar, "Navigating the Transition to Kindergarten and School-Age Care." NCASE was joined by colleagues from the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching, and Learning (NCECDTL) and the National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement (NCPFCE).
During this webinar, authors from the book, Changemakers! Practitioners Advance Access and Equity in Out-of-School Time, share how they have adapted their practices to continue to support youth, families, and staff during the pandemic.
This webinar explores how leaders and stakeholders in WA developed a vision and conducted a 3-year pilot for creating an accessible, equitable, and high-quality system of programs for school-age and youth development. The webinar shares what was learned about professional development and coaching supports, and standards and assessment tools.
This two-part webinar estimates that learning loss due to school closures will be substantial and will likely vary for youth who experience trauma and economic instability, who experience the digital divide, and/or who are English language learners.