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Terrie Rose is guest lecturer for November McEvoy Lecture

TerrieRose.jpgTerrie Rose, founder and CEO of Baby's Space and CEHD alumna (Ph.D. '92), presented Educational Stability: What Does it Mean for Young Children? on November 8, 2012, North Star Ballroom, St. Paul Student Center, 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm.

The lecture addressed the question of how can our systems, including early care, education, early intervention, child welfare, and the courts, best support social workers, early care and education providers, families and ultimately children to get the stability of care they need to develop a healthy, secure attachment. And how can programs or systems develop policies that integrate services to best meet the needs of highly mobile children? The lecture also included small group discussions and a panel discussion by practitioners and policymakers focused on these issues.

The McEvoy Lecture was co-sponsored by the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare and funded by the Minnesota Department of Human Services..

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