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Advocacy and leadership assignment
Be A Proactive Early Learning Advocate
Excerpt from NAEYC website:
The earliest years of aÂ childâ€™s life are a crucial time forÂ learningâ€”and right nowÂ is a crucial time for us to advocate for the future of our children, families and economy.
We need you – educators, parents, partners, and allies -Â to raise a powerful, collective voice to demand that our nation’s policies catch up with the science about the importance of brain development, and the benefits of investing in high-quality early learning built with educators who are skilled, supported, and compensated for the complex and demanding jobs they perform.
Political will for early childhood investment is growing acrossÂ the nation, but it needs our voices, together, right now, to create a movement. Need some inspiration? Hear the message below, whichÂ Rhian Evans Allvin, NAEYC’s CEO, made especially for you, in order toÂ makeÂ the case for why we must all advocate for early childhood education and educators.Â Then, check out the resources we have compiled to help you become theÂ early learning advocate that you want to be!
Become the active, engaged, and informed early learning advocate that you want to be!
Get to know your elected officials at all levels. Attend city council meetings, school board meetings, briefings, and town halls to meet them, and follow them on social media to learn their views on issues you care about.
To gain some practice with advocating for our profession you will be drafting two letters for this assignment, then you will complete a self-reflective essay outlining your thoughts about the process.
There are 4 parts to this assignment.
Part 1: 50 points
Write a letter to your U.S. Senator or Representative concerning an early childhood issue that feels very important to you.
See link below for proper business letter format:
Find out who your representatives are:
Your letter must be at least one page long (double spaced, 12-point font, one-inch margins) and must be addressed in business letter format.Â Cite at least one scholarly peer reviewed article from the HCC online library to support your opinions in your letter and provide references to the material you cited in your letter using APA format.Â
Part 2: 50 points
Write a letter invitin
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