Welcome Remarks & Panel 1: The short-terms gains that set pre-K students apart
- Maria Cancian, Dean, McCourt School of Public Policy
- William Gormley, University Professor, McCourt School of Public Policy, and Co-Director, Center for Research on Children in the U.S.
- Deborah Phillips, Professor, Department of Psychology, and Co-Director, Center for Research on Children in the U.S.
Panel Discussion 1: The short-terms gains that set pre-K students apart
Experts discuss whether children who attend school-based pre-K or Head Start are better off in the short term and if the early childhood education instruction in Tulsa has been successful in laying the groundwork for more refined and complex skills later on.
- Anne Partika, Ph.D. Candidate, Psychology Department, Georgetown University (Moderator)
- Ted Gayer, President, Niskanen Center
- Shirley Adelstein, Senior Social Science Research Analyst, Office of Planning, Research, & Evaluation (OPRE), U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
- Anna Johnson, Associate Professor of Psychology, Georgetown University
- Deborah Phillips, Professor of Psychology, Georgetown University