With consultation, collaboration, and community at the
center of what the Tribal Early Childhood Research Center does, we count on
tribal program partners and academic partners across the country to guide and
implement our work.
The Tribal Early
Childhood Research Center is guided by three Steering Committees representing
Tribal Head Start, Home Visiting, and Child Care programs whose members include
directors representing each of those programs.
The Tribal Early Childhood Research Center also partners formally with
Michigan State University Outreach and Engagement and Johns Hopkins University,
Center for American Indian Health.
of our university partners have been leaders in tribally-engaged and
culturally-grounded early childhood research with American Indian and Alaska
Native communities across the country.
In addition to our Steering Committees and university partners, the
Tribal Early Childhood Research Center enlists the guidance of research
partners across the country whose work has focused on tribal early childhood
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