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When:   January 24, 2011 4:00pm-5:00pm
Where:   Dwight Hall Library
Type:   Talk

Interested in educational equity? Interested in socioeconomic, race, and gender issues? Interested in early childhood? Don't miss this opportunity to hear from Janna Wagner '95 and Jessica Sager LAW '99, co-founders of All Our Kin, a local non-profit organization whose mission is "To educate and empower parents and teachers, give families child care choices, and expand access to high-quality early care and education."

Learn why early childhood education will be a key element of school reform, and the important impact of early education policy on socioeconomic, race, and gender issues. 


This event is sponsored by the Dwight Hall Early Childhood Education Fellowship, a program designed to create future leaders with hands-on experience in New Haven child care programs. If you'd like the opportunity to work in a local preschool for 4-6 hours per week, and attend twice monthly seminars about child development and education policy, APPLY TO BECOME A FELLOW! Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors are welcome to apply.

Get more information about joining our group by coming to this event, visiting our table at the Dwight Hall Bazaar, or emailing the coordinator: This email address is hidden from email harvesters via JavaScript






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