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Refocusing on early childhood education

Three local education experts share their insights on critical issues in early childhood education. FREE event.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019
3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Clark College’s Gaiser Student Center

RSVP by June 21, 2019

From diversity and inclusion, to funding and classroom sizes, to socialization and the use of technology, three educators explore these and other timely issues facing early childhood education with passion, expertise and humor.

Featuring former Vancouver School District teacher Linda Gilliam, Clark College Behavioral Sciences Division Chair Dr. Debra Jenkins, and Harney Elementary School Principal Lucy Estrada-Guzman.


PLUS: The first 40 people to RSVP receive free copies of two new books by the panelists: “Magical Management in the Classroom: Using Humor to Speak Their Language” by Linda Gilliam (below, left), and “I Love My Kind of Brown” by Dr. Debra Jenkins (below, center).

Parking is available in unmarked, unmetered spaces in the Green 1, Green 2 and Red 3 lots on the Clark College campus.

 

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  • Deborah Hayford
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    So excited for this workshop! I graduated in 2011 and I’m looking forward to learning more about the critical issues in early childhood education. As a licensed family childcare provider I am thrilled!

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