Solutions to the Dilemma: Reducing Suspension & Expulsion in Ece Programs - 2 Events

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Children and Youth Partnership, Solutions to the Dilemma:  Reducing Suspension & Expulsion in ECE Programs - 2 Events
Event Description: 

This is a FREE informational session designed especially for Child Care Owners, Administrators and Family Child Care Home Operators.

Two sessions:  one at 12:00-1:30 pm and again at 6:30-8:00 pm   

Pre-registration required.  

Registration deadline: Monday, October 29th.

Suspension and expulsion from child care can have long-lasting negative effects on both children and families. It is the intent of the NC DCDEE to severely limit the use of these exclusionary practices in programs serving children birth—five. This informational meeting will acquaint facility administrators and owners with NC’s new Suspension/Expulsion Policy and explore the importance of promoting healthy social-emotional development in preventing the challenging behaviors which often lead to suspension/expulsion. Also included are effective program policies and procedures which support the shift from exclusion to retention of young children.

Presenter:  Elizabeth Tuttle, Expulsion Prevention Specialist Healthy Social Behaviors Project.  

Credit:  1.5 DCDEE Credits

Pre-registration required: Please register online at  Click on the training calendar link and navigate to the workshop date for the link to the "Solutions to Dilemma: Reducing Suspension and Expulsion in ECE programs."  Please call Bonnie at 252-441-0614 to let her know you have registered or for more information. Registration must be received no later than Monday, October 29th to confirm registration.  

Pre-registration required

Where is the event?

Children and Youth Partnership (See address and directions on the rightbelow)