ICS is part of the 80+ member network known as Greenville County Care Coordination Collaborative. GCCCC was established by Help Me Grow SC and is a cooperative of agencies, organizations, and care providers with expertise in childhood health and developmental issues. A community needs assessment revealed gaps in services and an urgency to address housing instability.
SXSWedu, the education-focused offshoot of the SXSW festival, has opened its PanelPicker voting to help select which sessions will appear on the 2016 gathering’s agenda. Several panels have been developed by the ECD Emerging Leaders group convened by ICS in May. These panels span a range of education and health related topics in the early years.
You can vote for as many panels / submissions as you like. Public vote will contribute to 30% of any proposal’s final score to be selected.
- Pay for Success: Next Big Bet in Early Learning?, including Bryan Boroughs, General Counsel/Director of Legislative Affairs of the Institute for Child Success
- Utilizing Arts to Teach STEM in Early Childhood
- When Neuroscience Meets Education, including Janice Gruendel, Senior Fellow at the Institute for Child Success
- Screen Time Real Talk
- It’s More Than Just Fun: The Power of Play
Click here for the full list of all other ECD-related submissions (select conference: SXSWedu 2016, theme: early learning).
Hope to see you in Austin!