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Early care and education experts, advocates, human services providers and partners, and community leaders from across Central Florida have joined together to create Black Child Development Institute-Greater Tampa Bay.

The free Toolkit is a comprehensive guide to support faith-based and community leaders in expanding or initiating early learning programming for young children and their families and is available online at http://sites.ed.gov/whieeaa/resources/

 

Hundreds of early education teachers, experts, advocates, policymakers, and caregivers from across the country will gather in Orlando, FL, from October 1-4 for the 46th Annual Conference of the National Black Child Development Institute.  The four-day event will feature keynote addresses, presentations, and panel discussions from global and national leaders, spanning a range of timely topics relating to education and advocacy, including: early childhood development, racial equity and criminal justice, fatherhood, and faith-community engagement.

The Price of Black Lives
National Black Child Development Week (NBCDW) raises community awareness about important issues impacting Black children and families.