What's next for early learning and child care?
Join Childcare Resource and Research Unit, Child Care Now and Re-imagining care/work policies (SSHRC Partnership Grant project) for What's next for early learning and child care?, a four-part webinar series that will discuss the rollout of the Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care agreements (CWELCC) and take a look at what must be done to build system of accessible, affordable, inclusive and high quality early learning and child care that supports all children and families.
The webinar series is a follow up to the two-day policy symposium held in Ottawa earlier this year and aims to further generate discussion and exchange of ideas. Symposium materials are available on the What now for child care? ISSUE file.
The first session in the series, What's next for the early learning and child care workforce?, was held on November 15th at 7:00 PM EST. The recording of this session is available here.
The second session, What's next for Indigenous ELCC? will take place on December 7th at 7:00 PM EST.
The series will continue into the new year, with What's next for ELCC affordability? happening on January 17th, 2023 at 7:00pm EST.
The last session, What's next for ELCC expansion & access? will conclude the series on January 31st, 2023 at 7:00pm EST.
Date and time of future sessions are subject to change. You can register for all four sessions by scanning the QR code on any of the posters OR using this link.
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