Who is going to teach the next generation of learners?
The early childhood education sector is facing both reduced capacity and raised expectations, with long-term ramifications for staffing and diversity. It’s vitally important that we stay agile but also stay in the conversation, experimenting, and learning from one another and from some giants of innovations that make the world a better place. The promise of exploring new ideas is a key reason we’re looking forward to the Early Childhood Innovation Summit, but it’s not the only one. What we mostly look forward to is bringing people together—curriculum developers, practitioners, innovative researchers, and funders.
We have seen experimentation, learning, and adaptation happening faster than ever before in the early childhood space. We will carry that spirit of innovation into this year’s summit.
About the HeadStarter Network
The HeadStarter Network is NHSA’s sister organization and is a separate nonprofit organization created to provide a nimble, interdisciplinary, and forward-looking engine for driving innovation in early childhood development and education. A frequent collaborator with NHSA, we constantly seek to apply best practices and innovations from technology, business, and academia to shape new models of early childhood education. Learn more.