Training Type: Online Real Time
Total Hours: 2
Cost: $ 25
All Together Now: Progress and Promise in Advancing Early Childhood Education as a Profession September 28, 2021
Vermont’s early childhood educators and advocates are working to create a dynamic, diverse, well-resourced and well-compensated profession. And many are asking: are we making progress? The short answer is: yes, we are! In this plenary session, we’ll hear from early childhood policy leaders from around the nation about the impact of early childhood educators coming together to advocate for the respect and investments the profession deserves. Together, we’ll discuss the benefits and challenges of uniting as a field, explore strategies from other states engaged in this same work and consider key questions still to be answered. We encourage (or hope) you will add your voice to this important conversation. This plenary session will also include the presentation of the 2021 Vermont Early Childhood Educator of the Year award.
This plenary session is part of the virtual 2021 Early Childhood Education Annual Conference, presented by VTAEYC. The registration fee is $25 for non-members and $10 for VTAEYC members and Head Start staff. This fee includes the Advancing the Profession plenary session on Oct. 20 and a follow up workshop session on Oct. 21. The conference includes two other virtual sessions this fall: Anti-bias Education on Sept. 29th & 30th and Mental Health for Early Childhood Educators on Nov. 8th and 9th. All sessions are offered online in real-time and eligible for professional development hours, approved by Northern Lights at CCV. For more information, please visit the conference webpage: https://www.vtaeyc.org/early-education-annual-conference/