Setting Children Up for Success
The Commission on Women, Children and Seniors, The Office of the Child Advocate, and the Center for Children’s Advocacy jointly host a discussion on the critical importance of setting young children up for success.
Please join us for a discussion on alternatives to the use of suspension and expulsion for very young children in school.
Strategies include resources that support targeted academic and trauma-informed interventions, and for school leaders, communities and parents to work together to support children in all areas of development, including social and emotional development.
Please join us to discuss further steps needed to help ensure our youngest learners are set on a path to success.
Information on participants and panelists to follow shortly.