Tuesday, June 14, 2016
3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Dirksen Senate Office Building
How can Head Start, the federal government’s largest early childhood education program, improve results and generate a greater return on public investment? A new report, “Moneyball for Head Start: Using Data, Evidence, and Evaluation to Improve Outcomes for Children and Families,” answers that question, outlining 9 concrete steps Congress and the Administration can take now to improve outcomes for children and families. We discussed these proposed next steps and the role the federal government should play in implementing them at the Dirksen Senate Building.
Featured speakers included:
- Bethany Little, Principal, EducationCounsel
- Sara Mead, Partner, Policy and Thought Leadership, Bellwether Education Partners
- David Medina, COO and Co-Founder, Results for America
- Shelley Metzenbaum, former President, The Volcker Alliance
- Jose Villareal, Executive Director, AVANCE Houston
- Yasmina Vinci, Executive Director, National Head Start Association