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We have launched our first promotional campaign for the National Early Care and Education Workforce Center. Now we’re asking our partners and allies to spread the word about our efforts to strengthen systems that support the ECE workforce.

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“It will be a clearing house for all of the great ideas happening around the country,” says Sonja Crum Knight about the National Early Care and Education Workforce Center. Watch this video to hear more from Sonja, the Chief Programs & Impact Officer at Carole Robertson Center for Learning in Chicago. And learn how you can join the center at www.NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org #WeWorkForECE

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“Apprenticeships create a career pipeline that leads to family-sustaining wages and higher paying jobs in leadership positions,” says Joya L. Chavarin, Ed.D. Check out this video where Joya shares her excitement for the National Early Care and Education Workforce Center. Sign up for the center’s newsletter at www.NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org #WeWorkForECE

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Home-based provider DiAnne Coggins wants a future where ECE workers get fair pay and benefits. Watch this video and find out what Coggins is most looking forward to from the National Early Care and Education Workforce Center: Learn how you can get involved at www.NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org #WeWorkForECE

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“Early educators are so important. But as a country we do not fully recognize or appreciate the important role that they play,” says Jenna Conway, Deputy Superintendent of the Virginia Department of Education. In this video, hear Conway talk about Virginia’s efforts to support the early care and education workforce. Visit www.NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org to learn more and join us. #WeWorkForECE

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Supporting the early care and education workforce is essential to supporting children and families. Learn how the new National Early Care and Education Workforce Center will boost the compensation, career advancement opportunities, and working conditions for early educators. This Facebook Live is a conversation with Katie Hamm, ACF’s Deputy Assistant Secretary for Early Childhood Development, and Lea J.E. Austin, Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Child Care Employment and Steering Committee Chair for the National ECE Workforce Center. #WeWorkForECE

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“The beauty of seeing a child learn something that you taught them is so rewarding,” says Tonia McMillian. “But we need to reform our broken child care system.” Through research and technical assistance, the National Early Care and Education Workforce Center will work to ensure compensation is equal to the value of early educators’ work. Learn more: NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org #WeWorkForECE

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“For children to thrive, providers must be prepared to meet the unique needs of each child and family,” says Christy Tirrell-Corbin of the University of Maryland Center for Early Childhood Education and Intervention. Sharing ideas for state-funded solutions is one aspect of the National Early Care and Education Workforce Center that Tirrell-Corbin is excited for. NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org #WeWorkForECE

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Chicago’s Erikson Institute has a Master of Science in Early Childhood Education program that offers a triple endorsement in early education, special education and multilingual education. Sandra Lucia Osorio is interested in the research and ideas that will be shared by the National Early Care and Education Workforce Center so she can evolve Erikson’s program. Learn how you can get involved at NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org #WeWorkForECE

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"We need a national organization to help us collaborate and make fundamental changes,” says Beth Bye, Commissioner of the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood. Watch for ways to get involved with the Early Care and Education Workforce Center at NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org. You can start by signing up for our newsletter.  #WeWorkForECE

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Ford says one promising aspect of the National ECE Workforce Center is how ECE educators themselves will have a voice in guiding the center’s work: ”Educators are passionate, brilliant people who know what they need.” Get involved and learn more at NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org. #WeWorkForECE

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“Being an early educator is the hardest teaching job,” Yazzie says. “Yet they are paid so little.”  

 

Yazzie is enthusiastic about the National ECE Workforce Center and the opportunity to partner with other technical assistance centers around the country. By working together and learning from each other, TA centers could become “powerhouses,” she says.

Learn about engaging with the center and its resources at NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org. #WeWorkForECE

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“A thriving community requires a thriving childcare industry,” says Bharti Wahi of Minnesota’s Department of Human Services. “Compensation must increase to support ECE workers and businesses.” Wahi is interested in learning what other states are doing to attract and retain their ECE workforce. And she appreciates the national vantage point the National Early Care and Education Workforce Center will bring. Learn about engaging with the center and its resources at NationalECEWorkforceCenter.org. #WeWorkForECE

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