The AECEO's Professional Pay & Decent Work Campaign has been successfully engaging and organizing hundreds of RECEs, early years staff, parents and community members in Ontario. This Campaign Tool Kit will support local Professional Pay Communities of Practice, early years and child care programs, individual RECEs/staff/parents and ECE students as they engage in campaign actions. As the campaign continues to grow we will add more tool kit items to support actions and engagement across the province.
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.
Tool Kit Items:
Key messages can be used by anyone who wants to support the AECEO's Professional Pay & Decent Work campaign. Key messages can be used during one-on-one conversations, when talking to parents, colleagues, Members of Provincial Parliament (MPP) or media about the campaign.
Download the Professional Pay & Decent Work Campaign Pamphlet to share with colleagues or distribute in your community.
Download the Professional Pay & Decent Work Campaign Timeline and post it in your workplace staff room, share it on social media and start planning your fall Week of Action events now for October 20-28 2017!
Campaign Support Pledge!
Individuals can sign the online pledge to add their support for the Professional Pay & Decent Work campaign for quality affordable early years and child care programs where registered early childhood educators and staff are supported with professional pay and decent work.
Order full-colour pledge cards for your next CoP, workshop, staff meeting or community event! Local Professional Pay CoPs and others can order pledge cards to support local actions and to build support for the AECEO's campaign!
Download and print the 4 Foundations of Decent Work poster and post it in your workplace!
This mini workbook will help you to shape your child care story so that you can participate in the child care story project.
This mini workbook will help individuals and groups who are interested in starting their own local Professional Pay Community of Practice to grow the campaign locally.