Monthly Archives: December 2013

New degree rule could mean a shortage of preschool teachers By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas Requiring preschool teachers of students from low-income families to have a bachelor’s degree may sound like a good idea, but not to Noribel Roman; for her, the recent … Continue reading

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Sherri Dillard

Listen to Preschool educator Sherri Dillard respond to the “New Degree Rule.”

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Will compensation be better for ECE teachers if they were allowed flexibility when obtaining their credentials in colleges???

When looking at the demographic of ECE students a majority of those students consist of non-traditional students, full time workers attending night classes, and minorities with children of their own. Whether you look at your college education as an expense … Continue reading

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Are you guilty of illegally teaching???

Under the No Child Left Behind act teachers are required to have a MINIMUM of an AA degree in Early Childhood. This however, has NOT been enforced in many states due to the lack of compensation available to pay the … Continue reading

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