Pathways Design Teams are building strategies around key factors that impact third grade reading outcomes, including children’s social-emotional health, high quality birth-through-age-eight early care and education, and regular school attendance.
|Kathy Vail Pope
Kathy Pope is a dedicated child advocate and community leader and is Board Chair of Preventing Child Abuse North Carolina (PCANC).
|Phillip H. Redmond, Jr.
Philip Redmond is the director of the Child Care Division of The Duke Endowment and chairs the board of directors for the Council on Accreditation.
High Quality Birth-through-Age-Eight Early Care and Education Team Co-Chairs
Patricia Beier serves as Executive Director for WAGES, a large community action agency In Wayne County, North Carolina, and serves on several statewide and regional and national Boards.
|Cyndi Soter O’Neil
Cyndi Soter O’Neil serves as senior policy advisor for ChildTrust Foundation, which supports systemic impact in early childhood education and literacy efforts for under-resourced families in NC.
Regular School Attendance Team Co-Chairs
Steve Lassiter was the Wells Fargo North Carolina Principal of the Year in 2015, and currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and Auxiliary Services for Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools.
|Dr. Gerri L. Mattson
Dr. Gerri Mattson works in the Children and Youth Branch in the NC Division of Public Health, and practices medicine part time in a local health department pediatric clinic setting.
- Meeting One Agenda
- Meeting One Morning Presentation
- Meeting One Social-Emotional Health Presentation
- Meeting One High Quality Birth-through-Age-Eight Education Presentation
- Meeting One Regular Attendance Presentation
- Meeting One Summary
- Meeting One Evaluation
- External Agendas
- OpenSource History Timeline
- OpenSource Racial Equity Framework
- OpenSource Racial Equity Worksheet
- Meeting Two Social-Emotional Health Presentation
- Meeting Two High Quality Birth-through-Age-Eight Presentation
- Meeting Two Regular Attendance Presentation
- Meeting Two Summary
- Meeting Two Evaluation