|We are glad you are interested in registering for the Conversation on Early Learning event series. Please view this video from our most recent Conversation on Early Learning event at the Boston Children’s Museum to catch a glimpse of the key topics we covered. For more information and to register for our upcoming event, please continue to the Featured Event details below.
Conversations on Early Learning
Building Connected Communities for Success
President and Co-Founder, Families and Work Institute
Presidential Commissioner, White House Initiative for Educational Excellence for Hispanics
Michael H. Levine
Policy Director at the Early Care and Education Consortium
Marica Cox Mitchell
Previous Conversations on Early Learning
Friday, September 25, 2015
Boston Children’s Museum
The Dewey/Seuss Room
308 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210
|Visit our blog to learn more about our September 25 event.
|Roberta Golinkoff: Professor of Psychology, University of Delaware
|Kathryn Hirsh-Pasek: Professor of Psychology, Temple University
Anna Housley Juster: Senior Director of Child Development & Community Engagement, Boston Children's Museum
|Laura Huerta Migus: Executive Director of the Association of Children's Museums
Bryn Parchman: President and CEO, Port Discovery Children's Museum
June 7, 2015
Windsor Court Hotel
Gallery (4th Floor)
300 Gravier Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
|To learn more about our June 7th event, please see the blog post on Building Early Childhood Systems.
|Sharon Lynn Kagan, Ed.D., Virginia and Leonard Marx Professor of Early Childhood and Family Policy and Co-Director of the National Center for Children and Families at Teachers College, Columbia University
|Sherri Killins, Ed.D, Director of State Systems Alignment and Integration for the BUILD Initiative
|Dr. Myra Jones-Taylor, Commissioner of the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood
March 30, 2015
National Geographic Society
1600 M St. NW
Dedicated to establishing a set of guiding principles for early learning, our first event in the series featured an introduction from HMH President and CEO, Linda Zecher, closing remarks by Kris Perry (Executive Director, First Five Years Fund), and engaging discussion and Q&A from five expert panelists in Early Learning:
(Click on the Panelist to learn more)
Visit our blog to learn more about our inaugural event. We look forward to continuing the conversation in 2015 and beyond.
Upcoming Conversations on Early Learning
Check back in 2016 for more information on upcoming events, locations and dates.