A Workforce Strategy for Early Childhood Educators Sources | Association of Early Childhood Educators of Alberta

A Workforce Strategy for Early Childhood Educators Sources

Alberta Children’s Services. “Alberta Child Care Grant Funding Program.” 2020.

———. “Changes to Alberta’s Child Care System.” 2020.

Alberta Labour and Immigration. Alberta’s Occupational Outlook, 2019–2028. Government of Alberta, October 2019.

Anderson, Lynell, Michelle Sing, and Rebecca Haber. Next Step: A Competitive, Publicly Funded Provincial Wage Grid is the Solution to BC’s ECE Shortage. Vancouver: Early Childhood Educators of BC and the Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC, June 2, 2020.

Association of Early Childhood Educators of Alberta. Getting It Right: Recommendations for Improving Alberta’s Child Care Licensing Legislation. 2020.

Beach, Jane, Jane Bertrand, Barry Forer, Donna Michal, and Jocelyne Tougas. Working for Change: Canada’s Child Care Workforce. Ottawa: Child Care Human Resources Sector Council, 2004.

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

Flanagan, Kathleen, and Jane Beach. Manitoba Early Learning and Child Care Commission: Final Report. 2016.

Friendly, Martha, Gillian Doherty, and Beach, Jane. Quality by Design: What Do We Know about Quality in Early Learning and Child Care, and What Do We Think? A Literature Review. Toronto: Childcare Resource and Research Unit, 2006.

Government of Alberta. Children’s Services 2019–2020 Annual Report.

———. 2017 Alberta Wage and Salary Survey: Average Wages by Industry and Economic Region.

_____. 2017 Alberta Wage and Salary Survey: Survey Overview.

The Muttart Foundation. Toward a Provincial Framework for Early Learning and Care in Alberta: Putting the Pieces Together–The Integrative Elements of a New Early Learning and Care Framework. 2012.

———. Toward a Provincial Framework for Early Learning and Care in Alberta: A Draft Framework Design for Discussion. 2013.

The Muttart Foundation and Rachel Langford (Ryerson University). Advancing the Educational Preparation and Professional Development of Alberta’s Early Learning and Care Workforce. 2014..

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Starting Strong II: Early Childhood Education and Care. Paris: OECD Publishing, 2006.

———.Starting Strong III: A Quality Toolbox for Early Childhood Education and Care. Paris: OECD Publishing, 2012.

———. Engaging Young Children: Lessons from Research about Quality in Early Childhood Education and Care. Starting Strong series. Paris: OECD Publishing, 2018.

Pasolli, Lisa.. An Analysis of the Multilateral Early Learning and Child Care Framework and the Early Learning and Child Care Bilateral Agreements. Child Care Now (Child Care Advocacy Association of Canada), 2019.

Schleicher, Andreas. International Summit on the Teaching Profession. Paris: OECD Publishing, 2019.

 

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.