SHOUT OUT to ECEC Member McCormick for their survey onSupporting Early Childhood Professionals: A Study of Professional Development Opportunities in Center-based Programs
SHOUT OUT to ECEC Member Teaching Strategies for being Recognized for Excellence and Innovation in Early Learning by the Association of American Publishers!
SHOUT OUT to ECEC Member KinderCare Learning Centers for being featured in the Miami Herald’s articleAs work schedules become flexible, so do options for childcare
SHOUT OUT to ECEC Member Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for the launch of “STRIVE for 5: Talk, Read, Sing Early Learning Boot Camp”
SHOUT OUT to ECEC Board of Directors Member Ann O’Brien for being featured in News Works’ article Sugary drinks tax gets love at Council hearing
SHOUT OUT to ECEC MemberKinderCare Education for hosting Hillary Clinton in Loudoun County, Va., to highlight the importance of high-quality early care and education.
SHOUT OUT to ECEC Member Teaching Strategies’ CEO Kai-lee Berke for her blog in the Huffington Post Beyond Readiness: The Impact of Early Childhood Educators
SHOUT OUT to ECEC Member Primrose School for hosting North Carolina’s US Senator Richard Burr!
SHOUT OUT TO M.-A. Lucas for her article in the Hechinger Report How the military went from having childcare in Quonset huts and stables to being the “premier” system – and why don’t more people study it?
SHOUT OUT to ECEC Member AdvancED’s CEO Dr. Mark Elgart for the release of his white paper Designing State Accountability Systems for Continuous School Improvement: A Call to Action
SHOUT OUT TO ECEC Member KinderCare Education for their latest state advocacy efforts in Louisiana – KinderCare Center Pre-K Teacher Asks State Legislatures to Sustain Pre-K Funding
SHOUT OUT TO ECEC Member Council for Professional Recognition for the release of their first quarter white paper “Routes to Competency”
SHOUT OUT to ECEC Member Montgomery Early Learning Centers for the release of their report Early Childhood Education Teachers 2.0: Strategies to Transform the Profession For more information, read Philly.com’s article Study: They’re teaching pre-K, for janitor’s pay
SHOUT OUT TO OUR ECEC Members who were named Master Leaders by Exchange Magazine!
- Buffy Owens (Kkama’aina Kids/ Child Care Business Coalition
- Linda Janulis – Easter Seals ( DC, MD , VA) VP Children Services
Exceptional Master Leaders:
- Jo Kirchner- Primrose Schools
- Kathy Boe- Knowledge Universe
- Linda Hassan Anderson – Knowledge Universe
- M.-A. Lucas – ECEC Executive Director
And a SHOUT OUT to ECEC Policy Director Rachel Demma, ECEC Executive Board Member Chad Dunkley, and Jill Bella from the McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership for being named as Exceptional Emerging Leaders by Exchange Magazine!
Exchange magazine’s May/June 2015 issue features emerging leaders in the field of Early Care and Education. One selected leader is featured on the Exchange cover. Forty-nine Exceptional Leaders and 55 Promising Leaders are pictured and their stories told in the cover feature. And all leaders who completed the application process and were selected are included in the online version of the article.