alt=""CRECE Director Beth Graue shared findings from a study about  Family Decision Making about 4K Enrollment during the Annual MEP Symposium, Partnering for Progress, hosted at The Spark on April 25, 2019.  Alongside collaborators from the Madison Metropolitan School District (Culleen Witthuhn, Director of Early Education) and MEP Co-Directors Katie Eklund, Eric Grodsky, and Beth Vaade, she interacted with members of the public on research, policy and practice issues, related to:  (1) How can early learning enhance equitable outcomes for Madison students? and (2) What does school attendance mean for equitable educational outcomes? 

Pictured left to right:  Presenters Beth Graue, Culleen Witthuhn, Beth Vadde, Katie Eklund, and Eric Grodsky.
CRECE Research Featured at 2019 Madison Education Partnership Symposium