Register for our Stress, Adversity, and Trauma module, starting on October 4th!
Understand how early experiences — including stress resulting from adversity and trauma — can impact young learners.Learn More
CEEL Community Webinar Series
This webinar series offers members of the CEEL community the opportunity to gather virtually and learn more about some of the key leadership topics that are part of the core certificate curriculum. During these live events, CEEL participants and alumni can gain practical strategies, tools, and ways of thinking about challenges and opportunities for improvement in their own settings. We will share recordings of select events with the broader early education community here.
New Report: Persevering Through the Pandemic
This report captures the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on children, families, and early educators in Massachusetts. It focuses on two guiding questions: How are children doing? And what's helping children and families cope with the challenges they have faced over the past fifteen months?Read Now
We pursue interlocking strategies for impact: conducting research to drive policy and practice, designing and spreading high-quality professional learning, and pioneering a fellows program to build a pipeline of new leaders.Learn More
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Certificate in Early Education Leadership
Gain the core knowledge, management skills, and tools necessary to build and advance high-quality early education.Learn More
In July 2016, the Harvard Graduate School of Education launched the Saul Zaentz Early Education Initiative, with a generous gift from the Saul Zaentz Charitable Foundation. The initiative expresses the commitment of Saul Zaentz, an acclaimed music and film producer, to education and social justice.
Zaentz’s exceptional body of work in film combined intuition and experimentation, a rich fund of knowledge, and a belief that film has the power to change our way of seeing the world — the very mix of elements needed to transform early education so that it meets its potential for all children.