Early Childhood Education: Resources for Enhancing Early Development
The context in which early childhood development occurs is greatly influenced by ... read more »
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Find the best places to start a career in early childhood education or enhance your skills in this profession with resources on professional development for early childhood educators.
- When exploring the requirements for becoming a preschool educator, be mindful that different states have different licensing requirements. Some states require a bachelor’s degree, while others require an associate’s degree or a special certificate.
- An alternative to obtaining a degree in early childhood education is to become certified. The Council for Professional Recognition administers the Child Development Associate National Credentialing Program. The program provides a common type of certification for early childhood education professionals based on their performance.