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Articulation Agreements: An Essential Component for Supporting Early Educators Along Educational and Career Pathways

Spotlight on Innovative Practices Webinar Series

October 30, 2018

3:00–4:00 p.m. (Eastern Daylight Time)

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Join the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching, and Learning (NCECDTL) for a webinar that outlines articulation agreements and partnerships with institutions of higher education and state and territory professional development (PD) systems. Explore different models for using articulation agreements to strengthen PD systems.

Articulation agreements are critical in the training and education of the early care and education workforce and also affect higher education institutions and early care and education PD systems. This webinar will explore different state and territory models for using articulation agreements to strengthen PD systems.

Topics for the Webinar

  • Increase the level of knowledge on building higher education and state and territory system partnerships.
  • Learn about how states and institutions of higher education are advancing their PD systems.

Explore models of articulation between institutions of higher education and state and territory PD systems and share innovative resources from Early Educator Central.

Who Should Participate?

This webinar is intended to support those working within institutions of higher education, PD system leaders, state and territory Child Care and Development Fund administrators, workforce registry leaders, and child care resource and referral agency staff members.

Viewing the Webinar

You can view the webinar by registering via this Web link.

Questions

Contact NCECDTL at ecdtl@ecetta.info or call (toll-free) at (844) 261-3752.

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