"Why we need a child care system" sources | Association of Early Childhood Educators of Alberta

"Why we need a child care system" sources

Adamson, Peter. The Child Care Transition: A League Table of Early Childhood Education and Care in Economically Advanced Countries – Report Card 8. Florence: UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, 2008.

Bertrand, Jane, and Kerry McCuaig. The Rationale for Expanding Public Education to Include Preschool-Aged Children. Toronto: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, 2019.

Buschmann, Robert, and Erica Partridge. A Profile of Edmonton Child Care in 2019. Edmonton: Edmonton Council for Early Learning and Care, 2019.

Child Care Advocacy Association of Canada, Canadian Child Care Federation, Childcare Research and Resource Unit, and Campaign 2000. Shared Framework for Building an Early Childhood Education and Care System for All. 2016.

Care in Canada by 2020: A Vision and a Way Forward (2014), p. 14

ChildCare2020. Child Care in Canada by 2020: A Vision and a Way Forward. Discussion paper prepared for the ChildCare2020 national policy conference in Winnipeg, November 13—15, 2014.

Child Care Human Resources Sector Council. What Factors Influence Wages and Benefits in Early Learning and Child Care Settings? Ottawa: Author, 2007.

Ferns, Carolyn, and Martha Friendly. The State of Early Childhood Education and Care in Canada. Toronto: Childcare Resource and Research Unit, 2012.

Friendly, Martha, and Jane Beach. Elements of a High Quality Early Learning and Child Care System. Toronto: Childcare Resource and Research Unit, 2005.

Friendly, Martha, Elsie Larsen, Laura Feltham, Bethany Grady, Barry Forer and Michelle Jones. Early Childhood Education and Care in Canada 2016, 11th edition. Toronto: Childcare Resource and Research Unit, revised May 31, 2018.

Government of Alberta. “Economic Dashboard.”

Halfon, Shani. Canada’s Childcare Workforce. Moving Childcare Forward Project, a joint initiative of the Childcare Resource and Research Unit, Centre for Work, Families and Well-Being at the University of Guelph, and the Department of Sociology at the University of Manitoba, 2014.

Halfon, Shani, and Rachel Langford. “Developing and Supporting a High Quality Child Care Workforce in Canada: What Are the Barriers to Change?” in Our Schools/Ourselves (Summer 2015): 131–14.

The Lancet.Advancing Early Childhood Development: From Science to Scale—An Executive Summary.” October 2016.

National Research Council. Transforming the Workforce for Children Birth Through Age 8: A Unifying Foundation. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2015.

Prentice, Susan. “Pandemic Punctures Childcare Illusion.” Winnipeg: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, March 25, 2020.

 

AECEA would like to thank The Community Initiatives Program (CIP)  for the Project-Based grant awarded in 2019 to create resources and videos on quality child care for parents, early childhood educators, and the general public. AECEA would also like to thank the Alberta Early Learning and Care Leaders Caucus for their assistance and support in the creation of the videos and resources.