We’ve also created a Campaign Tool Kit to support local communities and their members as they engage in campaign actions. This video childhood education website the questions: What is decent work? How does decent work impact early childhood educator practice? How can early childhood educators join the movement for decent work in Ontario?
This video features prominent leaders from community organizations that are advocating for equal pay and decent work for all early childhood educators and worker’s in Ontario, including the AECEO, Equal Pay Coalition, the Atkinson Centre, and the Workers Action Centre. Early childhood educators, staff, parents, children and community members can work together to shape the future of Ontario’s early years and child care system. Our first video is from Carolyn Ferns. Carolyn then decided to return to school to further her career in ECE research so that she could make a change.
Latest from the blog AECEO response to 2018 Ontario budget: Recognition for Early Childhood Educators and Free Child Care for Children 2. 2018 Ontario Budget: Recognition for Early Childhood Educators and Free Child Care for Children 2. Today’s budget would lead Ontario to a system of high quality, affordable early years and child care by addressing the key issues of affordability for families and decent work and professional pay for early childhood educators. The plan to make child care free and universal for all children 2.