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Black Presents Keynote on the Importance of Play for Children

The Department of Educational and School Psychology is proud to recognize Lynanne Black on her recent keynote presentation at the 26th annual Early Childhood Conference in Indiana, Pa., on April 20, 2012. Black presented on “Examining the Importance of Play in Children’s Growth and Development.”

The conference was organized by the Local Inter-Agency Coordinating Council of Armstrong/Indiana counties.

Black’s expertise in early childhood issues stems from her research and previous work as a school psychologist, director of the Child Study Center at IUP, and mental health consultant to Indiana County Head Start.

We congratulate Lynanne Black on her accomplishments thus far and for the honor of being selected to be a keynote speaker at this important conference.

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