Ounce Webinar Series on Instructional Leadership

Part I: Organizational Conditions and Leadership Needed for Effective Practice

The Ounce, in partnership with the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administrations for Children and Families, Office of Head Start, released part 1 of a 3 part webinar series on Instructional Leadership: “Organizational Conditions and Leadership Needed for Effective Practice”.

Hear directly from Ounce experts, both from the researcher and practitioner perspective, on what elements of organizational climate in early childhood settings impact the quality of those settings.

Presenters include:

Debra Pacchiano
Vice President, Translational Research
Maribel Centeno
Director, Practice Development

The part II and part III webinars include relevant and timely topics in the early childhood education field, including:


The Ounce has a portfolio of in-person and online professional development programs to help early childhood leaders and staff deliver high-quality learning experiences. From core knowledge-building courses to intensive fellowships, professional development from the Ounce is the gold standard for high-quality early childhood education, driving better outcomes for children and families across the U.S.

Interested in learning more? Click here or contact Ynah Parker, manager of professional development, at yparker@theOunce.org or 312.981.0959.