Child Development Associate: A Successful Tool to Develop Philadelphia’s Existing Early Childhood Teachers
Posted by Early Childhood Action Collective on November 6, 2017
The Early Childhood Action Collective (ECAC) is pleased to share with you the latest in a series of briefs intended to inform the implementation and improvement of early childhood programs in Philadelphia.
Written by Amy Friedlander and Alison Lutton, Child Development Associate: A Successful Tool to Develop Philadelphia’s Existing Early Childhood Teachers, presents information on how local CDA programs differ and suggests how the CDA relates to current and potential educational opportunities as early childhood teachers pursue higher education degrees.
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