Getting started with articulation: What state partners need to know

Resource Type: Fact Sheets & Briefs
Author(s): Early Educator Central;
Date Issued: [n.d]
Publisher(s): Early Educator Central; United States. Administration for Children and Families; United States. Office of Head Start
Description: Having professionals who care for and educate children attain a degree in early childhood is a critical lever for ensuring that they have consistent qualifications and competencies across all sectors. To help support early education professionals in their degree pursuit, we need to ensure effective, accessible pathways that help professionals move forward and avoid having them repeat professional development where they have already effectively demonstrated competency. Successful articulation agreements that support such pathways are a critical piece of making degree attainment a reality for the early childhood workforce. (author abstract)
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Funder(s): United States. Office of Child Care
Source: Washington, DC: Early Educator Central. Retrieved from https://earlyeducatorcentral.acf.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/public/documents/Getting%20Started%20with%20Articulation.pdf
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Provider Workforce > Education, Certification, & Credentialing
Country: United States
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