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The Highest Paying Early Childhood Education Jobs

Due to the definite rise in the numbers of children now attending preschool and nursery programs in the U.S., there are currently more high paying early childhood education jobs available. With input from the media, government officials, colleges and university education departments and early childhood educational organizations, awareness of the necessity of educating children beginning during infancy and toddler years is growing rapidly.

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25 Pinterest Accounts Every Pre-School Teacher Should Be Following

Have you been hiding in a cabin off the grid with no access to social media for the last year? No? Then you already know about Pinterest, the phenomenal new social bookmarking web site. By capturing and pinning web images to a virtual scrapbook, Pinterest users bookmark and share favorite websites and information. If you’re looking for information on a favorite topic, Pinterest is an enjoyable new way of finding and collecting it online. Pinterest has become a useful resource…

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A Guide To Student Loans For Early Childhood Education Students

If you are looking to become a teacher, it is likely that you are not doing it for the paycheck. Most teachers get into their profession because of their love of learning and their care for students. Now, there are more ways than ever to help aspiring early childhood education teachers get through school.

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CDA and Career and Technical High Schools as an Effective Entry into Early Care and Education

In April 2015, the Institute of Medicine and National Research Council of the National Academies released a report, entitled “Transforming the Workforce for Children Birth through Age 8: A Unifying Foundation,” asking the question: How can the science of children’s health, learning and development inform how the workforce supports children from birth through age 8? The report highlighted a number of key messages, chief among them was the notion that the “adults who provide care and education of children birth…

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Supporting Successful Degree Completion by Early Childhood Professionals

The expansion of state-funded prekindergarten programs and a new federal Preschool for All initiative (www.whitehouse.gov/issues/education/early-childhood) to expand access to early childhood education to all Americans have led to renewed discussions about early childhood teacher qualifications, current career pathways, and related degree programs. What investments and models can increase the number of early childhood teachers who hold bachelor degrees? What strategies and policies will support degree completion and transfer for a diverse early childhood workforce? Read more here.

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Why Business Should Support Early Childhood Education

Since the end of the Sputnik era, our nation has lacked the urgency to make education a national priority—until now. Global competition for human talent and innovation, long-standing educational achievement gaps, low high school graduation rates, and the pending retirement of 77 million baby boomers have placed tremendous workforce pressures on American business. These pressures, if not checked, will jeopardize our national economic security and the viability of the American dream. Because the business community understands the importance of having…

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Early Childhood Education Professional Development: Adult Education Glossary

Though one method of PD delivery is generally predominant in a given situation, training, technical assistance and education frequently overlap. All three of these may be organized and sponsored by institutions of higher education. College and university instructors may be engaged in delivery of all three types of PD. Many college students are already working in the field and may be participating in training or TA as part of or parallel to degree completion. For example, all teacher education programs…

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