The Early Head Start–Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) program, launched in 2014, is helping support child care programs that meet the Early Head Start performance standards but are designed to meet local needs and circumstances. EHS-CCP grantees partner with local center-based and family child care programs and leverage community resources to expand access to high-quality early care and learning for low-income infants and toddlers.
On January 16, please join BPC, in collaboration with the Educare Learning Network (ELN) and First Five Years Fund, to learn more about how EHS-CCP is impacting families and child care providers across the country. This public event will highlight the release of BPC’s new report on the EHS-CCP and ELN’s 2018 report, Lessons from the Evaluation of Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships Across the Educare Network.
The event will be webcast.
Dr. Deborah Bergeron
Director of the Office of Head Start, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Director of the Office of Child Care, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Director of the Office of Early Learning, City of Chattanooga
Director of Policy and Systems Reform, Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning
Executive Director of the Educare Learning Network, The Ounce of Prevention Fund
Gladys R. Montes
Vice President, Center for Excellence in Early Education
Executive Director, Delaware Child Development
Director of the Early Childhood Initiative, Bipartisan Policy Center
Parent and Policy Council Member
Director and Owner, Tiny Kingdom Learning Center
President and CEO, Chambliss Center for Children
President, Delaware Child Development Policy Council