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Info Session: How Can Early Childhood Education Help Small Businesses?
May 31 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Gaps in public resources for early childhood education affect thousands of families in New Mexico, including small business owners and their workers. Join SEED NM and other small business owners to discuss the potential impact of the Early Childhood Education Constitutional Amendment.
We’re thrilled to welcome a panel of early childhood educators, small business owners and community organization leaders to discuss the impact that New Mexico’s public school system can have upon community-oriented economic development. Our panelists will include:
- Merlin Anaya, Early Childhood Educator
- Eli Cuna, Yes 4 Kids Campaign
- Sarah Ferrell, Albuquerque School of Healing Arts
- Ann Lyn Hall, ProsperityWorks
- Trish Lopez, Teeniors
- Jordan Tate, Creative Duke Media
- Karl Wulffraat, Casa Buena Property Inspection
Come to this open meeting to share the challenges you’ve faced as a small business owner, either with your young children and/or with employees facing their own parenting challenges. We’ll discuss the potential impact of increased funding for early childhood education presented by this Constitutional Amendment.
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