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The Canadian Children’s Literacy Foundation (CCLF) has launched 



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In fall 2022, the Muttart Foundation in partnership with the Association of Early Childhood Educators of Alberta and the Alberta Leaders Caucus sponsored a series of focus group discussions with certified early childhood educators…



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Advocates say Alberta needs to improve compensation for early childhood educators so they stay in the system at the same time the number of spaces is expanding dramatically under the federal government's plan for $10-a-day child care. 



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AECEA is excited to announce that award nominations are now open. Please see below for information on 2023's awards and nominate someone today!



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On March 15, 2023 the wage grid research team presented in an AECEA Connect session to share their recommendations for a wage grid for Alberta ECEs and for the next step will be engaging with ECEs, progra



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Early Childhood Education Leadership Development Certificate New 1-year certificate starting in September 2023 at Red Deer Polytechnic! 



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"Over the past twelve months, a research team representing the Community-University Partnership (CUP), the Evaluation Capacity Network (ECN), and the Edmonton Council for Early Learning and Care (ECELC) has been working with the…



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AECEA's Essential Pieces conference is back! For 2023, the conference will be virtual in order to allow early childhood educators province-wide the ability to attend. Stay tuned for more information! 



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In January 2021, ECELC launched the Journeys Project. The Journeys Project is a collaboration between the Multicultural Health Brokers Cooperative, the Community-University Partnership and the Edmonton Council for Early Learning and…



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CRRU happy holidays and child care in review