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Advocacy for Children

Advocacy for Children

It is not only parents and guardians who have the responsibility to advocate for their child(ren): early childhood educators, administrators, directors, and family/home daycare providers also share that responsibility when it comes to children under their care. The early years of a child's life are the most crucial in many ways--both in development and in learning.

But how can we become our children's advocates? By becoming a powerful, collective voice in demanding only the best for the children under our care!

According to the Council of Professional Recognition, here are 5 ways early childhood educators and administrator can become advocates:

  • Speaking up
  • Knowing all available resources
  • Raising awareness
  • Becoming involved
  • Voting with early childhood education (ECE) in mind


Here are some classes that can help:

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