Seattle Early Education Collaborative

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The Seattle Early Education Collaborative (SEEC) is a group of agencies and individuals working  together to create a shared vision for early learning to achieve greater gains for children. Partners include our Step Ahead program, Head Start grantees, and the Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP).

SEEC offers joint trainings, collaborates on setting program standards, develops guidelines, conducts assessments, and maintains enrollment and waiting lists. 

SEEC members also work together with Seattle Public Schools, League of Education Voters, and Berk & Associates as part of a Seattle PreK-3rd Partnership. The partnership connects early learning providers with the elementary schools to coordinate their curricula, instructional approaches, expectations for students, assessments, and the use of student data. Read the partnership's Five-Year Action Plan: 2010-15.

Upcoming Training Opportunities:

Exploring HighScope: Who, What, When & Why

We are excited to announce that registration is now open for the Early Learning Academy's Spring Institute "Exploring HighScope: Who, What, When & Why" on

Friday May 15, 2015

from 8:30am-4:00pm

at the John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence.

 At this free event, participants will have an opportunity to hear from educational leadership expert and HighScope champion, Dr. Debra Sullivan, as well as attend two 2-hour workshops. Eligible attendees will receive 4 STARS credits. Register today!

Conference Details & Workshop Descriptions

Past Training Opportunties:

Feburary 27th, 2015--Early Learning Academy Winter Institute--Maximizing the Learning Environment: Creating a Space to Support the Needs of Every Child

Updates & Reports:

Seattle Community Needs Assessment 2014