The Oil Pastels Study: Children’s Right to Quality Art MaterialsApril 13, 2021 12:31 pm Leave your thoughts
Young children have rights, and we have an obligation to support every learning environment and the individuals who play a role in children’s lives,
Kith and Kin is an extensive support program for family (kin), friend, and neighbor (kith) child care offered by the Association for Supportive Child Care. Meet Lawrence and his nephew Brody, who have participated in the program. Read the story.
I tell this story not seeking sympathy but to show the resilience I gained through those experiences. I choose to hold onto that experience because we tend to overlook children who face such disparities. We often fail to understand their circumstances first. Read Cotillion Sneddy's story.
Design your own ECE advocacy journey! Attend one, some, or all of the following sessions based on your interest and goals. Here's a listing of Spring 2021 Advocacy opportunities for early childhood educators to elevate their voices and to advocate on behalf of young children, families, and the early childhood field.
Elevate your voice. Learn with policy leaders and advocates, explore local and state resources, and refine your skills to be an informed and effective advocate for the Early Childhood Day at the Capitol on March 9 - and beyond! Register now.
ECE Advocacy: Elevate your Voice as an ECE Champion! Now more than ever, child care needs state and federal investments to provide quality services for young children and families. Register now.
A panel of health care professionals, child care health consultants, and early education professionals offer accurate information in a webinar about the coronavirus vaccine.
Find out how to watch -- and access trusted resources about the vaccine from health professionals specific to early care and education.
Questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Learn more.
Join Nicol Russell, an at-large member of the NAEYC Governing Board, for a DAP webinar on Thursday, January 14, 2021 from 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
Child care providers across Arizona are facing an unsustainable reality without significant public investment, according to a new data from a national survey conducted by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
Do you have a voting plan? As early childhood professionals, we know how our families and communities benefit when young children access quality early learning experiences with supported, skilled, and well-compensated caregivers. Learn more.