- Early Childhood Education in Vermont Advancing as a Profession: A Workforce Engagement Project –VTAEYC
Over 2018-2019, a workforce engagement project (Chapter One) led by VTAEYC engaged early childhood educators across the state to ask: Do we have the will to advance as a recognized profession? Read the report and findings here. The 2nd chapter has begun, get engaged and be the change!
- Transforming the Early Education Workforce Multimedia Guidebook – New America
‘This multimedia guidebook [for Transforming the Workforce for Children from Birth Through Age 8: A Unifying Foundation] is our contribution, complete with key takeaways, videos, interactive tools, a glossary, and more. We have designed it with three doorways for three different but overlapping audiences: educators who work directly with children, educators in higher education who prepare those educators, and policymakers interested in improving early learning settings for children from B–8.’
- Power to Profession Decision Cycles 3, 4 & 5 – Specializations, Competency Attainment Source, Qualifications & Pathways & Study Guide – NAEYC
‘[This] document outlines the aspirations of the Power to the Profession Task Force related to qualifications, specializations, and pathways for the future of the early childhood education profession. The recommendations included here are designed to do nothing less than transform the complex and heavily fragmented early childhood field as it exists today into a coherent profession in the future.’
- The Early Childhood Education Profession within the Early Childhood Field Graphic– NAEYC
An infographic from Power to the Profession illustrating the Early Childhood Profession within the Early Childhood field.
- Early Childhood Education’s Future As a Profession: The Ball’s In Our Court, by Stacie G. Goffin– Early Childhood Investigations Webinars
An article addressing the Early Childhood Educator’s role in Professionalizing the Early Childhood Education.