Tuesday, July 26 is an #EarlyEdin16 Social Media Day!
Were you part of the reason why #EarlyEdin16 was trending last Tuesday? We loved the diversity of organizations and individuals who joined in last week’s social media day - please help to make it happen again tomorrow!
Since programming for the conventions starts in the early evenings, while we hope you will post and tweet all day, we also encourage you to concentrate your efforts during a Twitter Blast from 4:00 - 4:30 pm to try to get it trending in the lead-up to prime-time. We need you and your voice! Please follow @supportearlyed for more - and go #EarlyEdIn16!
Use Your Own Words (And Feel Free to Use These Too…)
This #election season, make sure #ECE is part of the national conversation. Time to raise your voice for #EarlyEdIn16!
Every child deserves high-quality #ECE. Remind our policymakers & candidates that investment in #ECE needs to be a priority. #EarlyEdIn16!
Want to continue revitalizing the economy? Invest in our youngest kids & families to support the current AND future workforce #EarlyEdIn16
To continue the #AmericanDream, all children need high-quality #earlyed to be #withinreach. Everyone can support #EarlyEdIn16
All #Election2016 candidates should have plans for expanding high-quality affordable child care and early ed #EarlyEdIn16
Children learn wherever they are. Let's make sure all their #earlyed experiences are excellent and #withinreach for families. #EarlyEdIn16
#Election2016 is a chance to share visions for improving #ECE in America. What are your visions for #EarlyEdIn16 and beyond?
The national conversation on #ECE policy is growing, but we need your voice to turn the conversation into action! Vote #EarlyEdIn16!
Nearly 90% of US voters think #ECE educators are key members of their communities. They deserve #worthywages! #EarlyEdIn16
If we ignore early childhood education when we hit the polls, we also ignore our children’s future. #EarlyEdIn16
FACT: #childcare & #ece are out of reach for American families. What are #Election2016 candidates going to do about it? #EarlyEdin16
And since it’s too hot to be outside anyway...
Once you’re done tweeting, here's some new reading!
The Administration for Children and Families is out with a new policy statement on early childhood career pathways, including state and local recommendations, as part of their focus on the early childhood workforce. Want to know more about how to help your state get there? Check out these Indicators of Progress for a guide - career pathways are one of the six highlighted policy areas!