The AECEA office has moved to the following address effective September 1, 2022. Please update your records accordingly. 320 - 11150 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB, T5K 0C7
Minister Jones announced today that ECEs can deepen their understanding of brain development in the early years and the role they play.
Child care coverage rates are an important way to measure the availability of child care, with higher rates generally meaning child care is more available.
Applications are open for $50 million in funding in 2022-23 for non-profit groups interested in creating new child-care spaces and providing child care in a licensed child-care program in Alberta.
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The Association of Early Childhood Educators of Alberta (AECEA) is proud to announce ECE Day for 2022 will be held on May 20, 2022.
As part of the Alberta-Canada Early Learning and Child Care (AC-ELCC) agreement, Children’s Services is engaging with child care sector stakeholders to explore a wide variety of topics to create a system that supports families, early…
If you have already obtained your Level 3 Early Childhood Educator certification and you want to expand your knowledge, the Government of Alberta has recently approved five mental health courses for professional development funding (up…
Child care fees on track to drop substantially in 2022 in most big cities, but not all are projected to meet targets: report