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Early Childhood Institute 2019: Believe in Me KY roundtable discussion in Louisville this week


The Kentucky Governor’s Office of Early Childhood (KYGOEC) will host its annual Early Childhood Institute (ECI) June 19-21.

 

The goal is to empower early childhood professionals to continue their efforts to impact and shape Kentucky’s children and families.

KYGOEC was recently awarded $10.62 million in federal funding from the Every Student Succeeds Act Preschool Development Grant – Birth through Five.

It was also awarded a one-year $25,000 National Governor’s Association Integrating and Advancing State Prenatal to Age Three Policies Grant, to enhance Kentucky’s innovative efforts in re-visioning the state’s early care and education system.

The Early Childhood Institute will feature a roundtable discussion, moderated by KET’s Renee Shaw, among key early childhood education advocates. The group will discuss Kentucky’s efforts to promote best practices and the development of policy targeting comprehensive services that support the needs of Kentucky families, specifically those of highly vulnerable populations.

Who:
Malcolm Mitchell, Former Wide Receiver for the New England Patriots and Children’s Book Author
Derrick K. Ramsey, Secretary,Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet
Wayne Lewis, Commissioner, Kentucky Department of Education
Danny Carroll, Senator, Kentucky State Senate
State and National Early Childhood Education Advocates

What:
Early Childhood Institute 2019: Believe in Me KY Roundtable Discussion

When:
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (EDT)

Where:
Galt House Hotel, Stopher Room
140 N Fourth St.
Louisville, Kentucky

For a complete list of Roundtable participants, email alexandra.englen@ky.gov.

Office of the Governor


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