Focuses on research-based education curriculum and practices for Head Start programs. The Section seeks to promote school readiness, personal growth, social skills, emotional well-being, language and literacy skills, mathematics, and science learning. The Section also looks at extended education resources and skills used by parents, grandparents, foster parents, and other primary caregivers.
- Chair - James Peters, Northern Kentucky Head Start
- Vice Chair - Donna Taylor, OVEC Head Start
Next Meeting - Thursday, 02/10/22 @ 10:00am ET