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Using Data to Advocate for Infants & Toddlers Experiencing Homelessness in Pennsylvania
There are over 1 million children ages birth - six experiencing homelessness across the US, and 25,788 live in Pennsylvania. Being able to advocate on their behalf requires robust data showing where children are staying, what their needs are, and how they are able to access early learning programs. This webinar will highlight how HOPEPHL (previously the People's Emergency Center), the Pennsylvania Head Start Collaboration Office, and others have been able to use state and local data on young children experiencing homelessness to influence state policy and practice.

Feb 15, 2023 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Erin Patterson
Director of Education Initiatives @SchoolHouse Connection
Tracy Duarte
Director @Pennsylvania Head Start Collaboration Office
Omari Baye
Manager, Building Early Links for Learning @HOPEPHL (previously People's Emergency Center)