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Policy [M]atters Episode 4: An Early Childhood Policy Video Chat series

Episode 4: Whole Leadership: What’s it mean to you?  Welcome to episode four of Policy [M]atters, an early childhood policy video chat series produced by the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership. This episode features Teri Talan of the McCormick Center and Susan Ochshorn of ECE PolicyWorks. In this episode, Susan and Teri dialogue on their […]

Whole Leadership

A couple of weeks ago I taped a video chat with Susan Ochshorn on how to put the whole child in the center of early childhood education policy reform. This got us at the McCormick Center thinking about a parallel concept—whole leadership of ECE programs. The whole child approach recognizes there are multiple and equally […]

Policy [M]atters Episode 2: An Early Childhood Policy Video Chat series

Episode 2: How should the field of early childhood education shape the message of what it wants from politicians? This video chat was recorded on September 29, 2015, by the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership at National Louis University. This is episode two of Policy [M]atters, an early childhood education policy video chat series featuring […]

Policy [M]atters Episode 1: An Early Childhood Policy Video Chat series

Episode 1: What are the implications of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Reauthorization for the field of early childhood education? This video chat was recorded on June 30, 2015, by the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership at National Louis University. This is episode one of Policy [M]atters, an early childhood education policy […]

Big Data and Little Kids: In Whose Best Interest?

Editor’s Note: An open dialogue is vital to progress! In the next few months the McCormick Center hopes to invite dialog and shed light into the current state of early care and education policy. We’ll be publishing quarterly video blogs between our Director of  Policy Initiatives, Teri Talan, and guest blogger, Susan Ochshorn. We start […]

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