Supporting Children’s Social and Emotional Needs and Reducing Early Childhood Expulsions

11/19/2015
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Supporting Children’s Social and Emotional Needs and Reducing Early Childhood Expulsions

This webinar focuses on how state legislatures can approach the current concerns with young children’s challenging behavior and recent expulsion data in early childhood settings. Hear the latest research on social emotional competence and examples of the work being done in states to address the range of social and emotional needs of young children. Learn about effective intervention approaches for children and critical components for supporting teachers and parents. Hear more about legislation in the District of Columbia that is trying to legislatively tackle and reduce the number of suspensions in prekindergarten programs.  

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Moderator 

  • Julie Poppe, National Conference of State Legislatures

Speakers

  • Phil Strain, Positive Early Learning Experiences (PELE) Center, University of Colorado Denver
  • Councilmember Charles Allen, District of Columbia

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