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Higher Education Supports for HBCC Educators Whose Primary Language is Other than English

February 22
3:00pm

As noted throughout the BUILD Initiative Home-Based Child Care (HBCC) Webinar Series, HBCC is popular for several reasons: many providers offer flexible schedules, HBCC is more affordable than child care centers, and families feel more comfortable leaving their children in home-based care. In fact, nearly one-fifth of the ECE workforce are immigrants, with many educators speaking languages other than English and close to a quarter of all HBCC providers speaking Spanish. In this follow-up to our November session, we will explore how one state is verifying education credentials from outside the United States and two exciting routes for HBCC educators to pursue higher education. We look forward to having you join us!

Access resources from the November session, Home-Based Child Care: Supporting HBCC Educators Whose Primary Language is Other than English

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