april, 2015

28apr4:30 pm6:30 pmThe Raising of America: Early Childhood and the Future of Our Nation

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The Raising of America: Early Childhood and the Raising of Our Nation

Join the Marsico Institute for Early Learning and Literacy, Qualistar Colorado and Rocky Mountain PBS for a no cost screening of The Raising of America. Following the 60-minute episode, a panel of early childhood education leaders will talk about ho communities can work to provide a healthier, safer, better educated, more prosperous and equitable future to give all children the opportunity got a strong start.

Panelist: Stacey howard, Qualistar Colorado; Bill Jaeger, Colorado Children’s Campaign; Lynn Johnson, Jefferson County Department of Human Services; Brenda McChesney, Strengthing Families Network; Lydia Prado, Mental Health Center of Denver

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Hosted by the Marsico Institute  for Early Learning and Literacy at the University of Denver, Qualistart and Rocky Mountain PBS

About this never-before-seen episode:

The U.S. is a can-do nation. So why is child well-being in the U.S. so  much worse than in other rich countries? How does what Paul Kershaw calls “the growing squeeze” on so many young families and caregivers– the squeeze for time, for money and for resources — “drip down” on their infants and young children, literally altering the wiring of their developing brains with potential long-term consequences for learning, earning, and mental and physical health? How might we do better?

 This hour-long episode interweaves the latest discoveries from neuroscience with the stories of families and communities struggling to provide the nurturing environments all babies and young children need to survive — while too often hindered by social conditions that put their children on low developmental trajectories.

 

 

Time

(Tuesday) 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Location

Denver



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