Community Matters: Native American Early Childhood Education and Care
Jovanna Archuleta, Native American Early Childhood Education and Care
Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Our March radio show Community Matters on KSFR featured Jovanna Archuleta, ECECD, the nation’s first Assistant Secretary for Native American Early Childhood Education and Care. She discussed early childhood in New Mexico with SFCF Hub Coordinator, Yolanda Cruz. Listen here: https://www.ksfr.org/show/community-matters/2022-03-21/community-matters-march-16-2022-with-jovanna-archuleta-assistant-secretary-for-native-american-early-childhood-education-and-care
About Community Matters
Our monthly radio show invites subject experts and community leaders to talk about the challenges and inequities our region faces and possible solutions that could contribute to its growth. Hosted by Santa Fe Community Foundation Philanthropy HUB Coordinator, Yolanda Cruz, Community Matters airs on the third Wednesday of every month at 6:00 PM on KSFR (101.1 FM).
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