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KIDS COUNT in Delaware is pleased to present "Data to Action," a webinar series where we will bring together leaders and stakeholders from across the state to engage in conversation related to current conditions for children given our ever changing environment related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Reviewing the most current data and research, panelists will offer insight to conditions in which children are currently living as well as examine policy decisions which could be impactful during these times.
The webinar series will focus on health, education, economic security, and family and community measures. Conversations will explore - through data and policy - how conditions highlighted due to COVID-19 intersect with the social determinants of health. Lessons learned from this series will be captured and disseminated via a coordinated set of issue briefs.
Data to Action webinar dates & topics:
September 21, 2021: Data to Action Kick-off
October 20, 2021 @ 1:00 PM on Health & Health Behaviors Register Now
January 19, 2022 @ 1PM on Educational Involvement & Achievement
February 16, 2022 @ 1PM on Economic Security
May 18, 2022 @ 1PM on Family & Community
June 15, 2022 @1PM on Series Wrap-up, Review, & Revisit
Timeline Tuesday Webinar Archive:
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Our number one priority is the health and safety of those in our
communities across Delaware. Therefore, in accordance with CDC guidance
and Governor Carney's updated executive order related to COVID-19, we
are adjusting plans for our 25th Anniversary Celebration.
KIDS COUNT in Delaware will postpone our May 6 event, and will be in touch soon with the new date.
Additionally, we are following requirements of the University of
Delaware that have staff currently working from home. With all business
being conducted remotely, the best way to contact staff is email. Our
contact information can be found on the faculty & staff webpage.
Meanwhile, we'll continue to provide data that shapes programs and
policies to benefit Delawareans during this pandemic and beyond. Thank
you as always for your continued support of KIDS COUNT in Delaware's
work. We are grateful to have such a strong network
who is dedicated to children and their families throughout our state.
With wishes for health and safety,
KIDS COUNT in Delaware Staff & Board Members
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