The Advancing as a Profession Task Force has a Discussion Draft ready on the topic of Compensation. Read it here!
We are also now opening registration for the first sessions of our third online, real-time training: A Well-Compensated Profession. After participating, your feedback will offer critical information to the Advancing as a Profession Task Force as we choose how we might align with the recommendations in the Unifying Framework.
There are a variety of dates and times to work with different scheduling needs. All participants will receive PD hours for their attendance. Choose the date that works for you and register today!
Choose your session date:
Monday, March 22, 6-8 p.m.: Register here!
Thursday, March 25, 12-1 p.m.: Register here!
Thursday, May 5, 6-7:30 p.m.: Register here!
Outreach Coordinator: Rachel Hunter
Task Force Members: Kim Freeman,
Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan and Let’s Grow Kids’ 2021 Policy Agenda both focus on strategies to increase early childhood workforce compensation and benefits without shifting costs to families.
Nationally, Power to the Profession’s Unifying Framework describes the audacious vision: Each and every child, beginning at birth, has the opportunity to benefit from high-quality, affordable early childhood education, delivered by a diverse, effective, well-prepared, and well-compensated workforce.
This online real-time training provides participants with an understanding of the Unifying Framework’s recommendations for professional compensation and how they relate to other components – Professional Identity, Three Designations, and Aligned Preparation Pathways.
Need to catch up on previous PD? Click here for a full video of our intro PD session on Professional Identity, and click here for a 15-minute overview of Three Designations with Aligned Preparation Pathways.