The Water Cooler Bubble Up Report Date: October 16, 2013 Subject: Welcome Debra McMannis to CDE-Child Development Divi...

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Bubble Up Report Date: October 16, 2013

Subject: Welcome Debra McMannis to CDE-Child Development Division! From: Advancement Project & the California Resource and Referral Network Debra McMannis joins CDE as the new Director of the Child Development Division! Debra McMannis brings 25 years of experience in the field in the private and public sectors. Prior to joining CDE, she worked as a teacher and administrator at San Juan Unified School District implementing state and federal early learning programs. Her experience includes working with the California State Preschool Program, child care services Title 5 funds, California School Age Families Education Program, federal Head Start and Early Head Start programs, and the Program for Infant and Toddler Care. She holds an undergraduate degree in Human Development from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena. She also holds a Program Director permit, teaching credential, and administrative credential. Debra will join us at the Fall Water Cooler on October 29th- Come say hello!

Subject: Updated Agenda for Fall Quarterly Water Cooler Meeting From: Advancement Project

Register Today! Water Cooler Quarterly Meeting Fall 2013 - Steps to Restoration

October 29, 2013 9:30 AM - 3:45 PM

Tsakopoulos Library Galleria Sacramento, CA

Updated Draft Agenda & Registration:

https://fall2013watercooler.eventbrite.com/ In order to strategize with the early care and education field on how to achieve greater reinvestment in the next budget season and how to prioritize these investments for greatest impact, we invite you to join Advancement Project at the Fall Water Cooler Quarterly Meeting in Sacramento. This meeting is designed to be highly participatory and a collaborative process with other stakeholders. Click here for more details on how the Water Cooler will serve as one collective platform for the field in California to build back what it has lost in recent years.

The Water Cooler improves and expands early care and education (ECE) for California’s children by bringing together diverse stakeholders to build consensus for policy solutions that support the needs of children from birth to five. Through quarterly meetings and an annual conference that draws more than 500 education advocates, the Water Cooler elevates the needs of California’s youngest children to the forefront of policy decisions. Sign up for updates.

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