Professional Development Systems to Support the Infant-Toddler Workforce - This Policy Center webinar on March 31 will highlight efforts to build professional development systems for those who work with infants and toddlers in Maine, New Mexico, and Los Angeles.
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This policy brief by the ZERO TO THREE Policy Center focuses on strengthening systems that support professional development for the multidisciplinary infant-toddler workforce. The paper summarizes related research and the policy context. Ten recommendations are offered to ensure that policymakers invest in comprehensive, integrated professional development systems for those who work with infants, toddlers, and their families.
Descriptions of Infant-Toddler Professional Development Work in Featured States/Cities
- Power Point: Professional Development Systems to Support the Infant-Toddler Workforce Barbara Gebhard, ZERO TO THREE Policy Center
- Power Point: Maine’s Infant Toddler Credentials Karen White, University of Southern Maine, Muskie School of Public Service
- Power Point: New Mexico’s Early Care, Education and Family Support Professional Development System Dan Haggard, New Mexico Department of Children, Youth and Families
- Power Point: Best Start LA Workforce Development Project Leticia Lara, ZERO TO THREE Western Office