Media Briefing: Children in Need-How We Engage Ethnic Communities in Supporting Early Childhood Education - Thursday, April 3rd

Media Briefing: Children in Need-How We Engage Ethnic Communities in Supporting Early Childhood Education - Thursday, April 3rd

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What: Shifts in the landscape of California's early childhood education, including proposed cuts to Transitional Kindergarten and a realignment plan that would see state run programs shifted to the county level, threaten to impact low-income families across the state.

Join us in a discussion of the pending budgetary changes and the many innovative programs that are being implemented to help children most affected achieve their academic goals.

When: April 3, 2012, Tuesday, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Who: Ruth Yoon, Administrator, LAUSD Early Childhood Education
          Ernesto Saldaña, Statewide Field Director, Preschool California
          Kate Anderson, Los Angeles Director, Children Now

Where: Los Angeles Unified School District
              Room 204, 2nd Floor
              333 S. Beaudry Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90017 

**Please bring your photo ID to access the building 
**Parking available at Visconti Visitior parking lot,
1221 West third Street, enter on Miramar Street (Parking Validation Provided)

RSVP: Julian Do, jdo@newamericamedia.org 714-366-6669
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