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Child Care Exchange

Child Care Exchange is committed to supporting early childhood professionals worldwide in their efforts to craft early childhood environments where adults and children thrive – environments that foster friendship, curiosity, self-esteem, joy, and respect; where the talents of all are fully challenged and justly rewarded. Since 1978, Exchange Press has promoted the exchange of ideas among leaders in early childhood programs worldwide through Exchange magazine, books, and training resources.    

Careers in Early Childhood Directory

This triennial publication features promising career opportunities to support young children and their families. Thanks to a partnership with the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® National Center, the Early Childhood Council Leadership Alliance (ECCLA) is able to bring this resource to Colorado.  

University of Colorado Denver School of Education & Human Development

As the largest graduate school of education in Colorado, and with undergraduate options, the University of Colorado School of Education & Human Development offers advantages to students seeking to begin or advance a career in education or mental health. They also offer continuing and professional education certificates and endorsements as building blocks toward advanced degrees or as a way to increase your effectiveness in your current role. University of Colorado School of Education & Human Development is a sponsor of the 2021 Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference.[:es]As the largest graduate school of education in Colorado, and with recently added undergraduate options, the University of Colorado School of Education & Human Development offers advantages to students seeking to begin or advance a career in education or mental health. They also offer continuing and professional education certificates and endorsements as building blocks toward advanced degrees or as a way to increase your effectiveness in your current role. 1091  

Early Childhood Professional Credential 2.0

The Early Childhood Professional Credential has been revised to support the career development of a broader spectrum of early childhood professionals, recognize alternative pathways that lead to expertise in early childhood education, create more achievable increments between levels, align with the Colorado Shines Quality Rating and Improvement System, and unify multiple credentialing systems. Your Credential can also help you meet licensing guidelines, such as Early Childhood Teacher Qualifications and Director's Qualifications. To learn more view the equivalency chart. To apply, you must be registered in the PDIS.  In the 'My Profile' section, click on 'Colorado EC Professional Credential 2.0' and follow the steps.  

Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute

An extensive collection of research on issues facing young children and families, including topics like developmental disabilities, diversity, early care and education, physical and social health, professional development, and public policy and evaluation  
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