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Innovations in tribal early childhood programs: Findings from a webinar series with practitioners, researchers, and policymakers


From July 2021 to July 2022, ACF organized nine webinars for the tribal early childhood community. Following an initial webinar that was designed to ensure listeners were aware of immediate federal funding opportunities through the American Rescue Act and expansion of programs such as Tribal Home Visiting, Tribal CCDF, and AI/AN Head Start, subsequent webinars were designed to share current research on specific topics of interest to the broader tribal early childhood community and examples of innovations related to those topics. What follows are brief highlights from the webinars. Links to the full recordings of each webinar as well as the slides and resources that were shared can be found in a Tribal Early Childhood Webinar Series resource compendium. (author abstract)

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