The biggest steps toward a life of opportunity, toward the fullest flourishing of one’s potential, happen in a child’s earliest years.
Join the University of Washington College of Education on March 28 at Seattle Children’s Museum to discover how we can make Washington a place where every child has a fair chance to grow, thrive and reach their potential.
One in five children in our state grows up in poverty, and fewer than half of Washington’s children are kindergarten-ready across all six domains of childhood development. During EDU Talks: Raising Washington, nine experts will share insights into what works in early learning. With five minutes and one image, each presenter will give their unique take on how we can ensure our most vulnerable young children and families get a strong start.
Wednesday, March 28
4:30 – 6 p.m.
There is no charge for tickets but you must register in advance.
Seattle Children’s Museum (305 Harrison St., Seattle, WA 98109)
Visit http://www.washington.edu/alumni/events/ to register.