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Supporting the Early Childhood Workforce


Volume 43 No 3

This issue of the ZERO TO THREE Journal is an opportunity to hear from the
early childhood community about cutting-edge interventions, recent training initiatives, new family-centered guidelines, and innovative organizational

Table of Contents

Pg 5-The Early Childhood Workforce Across Disciplines: Incorporating Experiences From Health, Child Welfare, and Education to Build a Sustainable Workforce 
Megan E. Carolan and Amber Posey Fishel                                                          

Pg 14-Promoting Access and Equity Through Experiential Learning: Using Competency-Based Coaching and Mentoring Experiences as a Transformative Tool
Erika Gustafson Dietz and Johnna Darragh Ernst

Pg 23-PERSPECTIVES: Breaking New Ground Maine’s Efforts to Support the Early Childhood Education Workforce
Brieanna Gutierrez, Todd A. Landry, and Ana Hicks

Pg 26-Culturally Responsive Peer Support Groups During COVID-19 for the Spanish Speaking Early Childhood Education Workforce
Eileen McKeating, Kaitlin Mulcahy, Gloria Andrade, and Corinne G. Catalano

Pg 33-Diversity-Informed Reflective Consultation and Radical Healing: A New Paradigm for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Providers Serving Immigrant Families
Carmen Rosa Noroña, Elizabeth Raskin, Erika Flores, Ivys Fernández-Pastrana, Sara Anderson, and Michelle Saulnier
Free Access Article

Pg 55-PERSPECTIVES: Work In Progress Intentional Pursuit of Early Childhood Education Excellence
Sarah LeMoine, Mary Harrill, and Shyrelle Eubanks
Free Access Article

Also in This Issue


Each issue of the ZERO TO THREE Journal focuses on a critical topic within the early childhood development field. Journal articles are carefully composed to present current knowledge, latest research, and practical advice to help early childhood professionals do their best work in support of infants and toddlers.