Early childhood care, education institute announced
The Iowa Department of Education will be co-sponsoring the Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children Early Care and Education Fall Institute Sept. 18-19 at the Prairie Meadows Conference Center in Altoona.
Titled “Our Journey to One Goal: The Successful Child,” the institute is open to all professionals who work with infants and children, from birth to 8 years old, including staff and consultants from Early ACCESS, Area Education Agencies, Statewide Voluntary Preschool Programs, Early Childhood Special Education programs, and Shared Visions programs. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Susan B. Neuman, a national expert and professor of early childhood and literacy education at New York University.
School administrators, elementary teachers, and other early care educators and providers should consider attending.
The institute offers an opportunity for professionals from across the state to become familiar with new early childhood research and initiatives, take advantage of the resources of supporting agencies, and learn from national experts and each other. For more information, visit the Iowa AEYC website or contact Betsy Lin at email@example.com.