Native American Heritage Month-Celebrating Promising Practices in Collaboration Across Early Childhood Programs Webinar
In celebration of November’s Native American Heritage Month, the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) presented a webinar focused on celebrating promising practices in collaboration across Tribal early childhood programs as they serve American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and families. This webinar kicked off a month of activities for national Native American Heritage Month. During this webinar, participants explored the topic of collaboration and celebrate the achievements of various Tribal early childhood programs and communities as they implement culturally-grounded partnerships and build comprehensive systems. Representatives of various Tribal early childhood programs shared their innovations and promising practices being implemented in Tribal communities. Participants learned more about and discuss highlighted strategies with peers and hear about resources they can use in their own communities and programs. Planned in partnership with the ACF Training and Technical Assistance Equity, Inclusiveness, and Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Practices Workgroup’s Tribal Subcommittee, Office of Child Care, Office of Head Start, Office of Early Childhood Development, and Office of Refugee Resettlement.