Why The Child Care Workforce Matters: Guiding Change in Early Childhood Education (The 2018 Child Care Conference)
Dr. Valora Washington will discuss the importance of the application of four guiding principles in addressing the gap between the early childhood education the public desires and the under-funding and lack of support they tolerate. Click the banner for more information and to register.
Citizenship as Development
In a democracy, the individual ordinarily votes for those politicians who find a way to shape themselves publically to fit the individual’s identifiable subgroups and needs. Two stories will be used to illustrate the developmental spectrum of citizens' ability to identify with those outside of their subgroup and to lead with a public voice. Click the banner for more information and to register.
Race, Racism, and Emancipation: Can We See Ourselves As We Are?
Our panelists have been invited to respond to the ideas Baldwin put forth in his essay, "My Dungeon Shook", and to add their own thoughts to begin our conversation on Race, Racism, and Emancipation. Click the banner for more information and to register.
"The Analyst’s “use” of Theory or Theories: The Play of Theory", an article by this month's BPSI author, Steven H. Cooper. Click the banner to read an excerpt of the content.
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