With a PC majority we will continue building an ECE led movement across Ontario. We are going to work harder, work smarter and organize more ECEs to build power for change. The Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario will continue building a strong collective voice for all early childhood educators, who are the heart of our communities.
With more than 55,000 registered early childhood educators in Ontario, we can make a difference when we come together. Please, join or renew your membership with the Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario so that we can continue our important work of supporting all ECEs in the province.
As we move forward don’t let anyone tell you that what we do is not valuable or important, that care is not education, that we can’t afford to invest in our children or that early childhood educators don’t deserve better wages and greater professional recognition.
As we continue to build ECE Power please check out our Campaign Toolkit - we plan to keep our toolkit current with new resources for ECEs who want to get involved.
Thank you to our Decent Work Teams and to all Early Childhood Educators across Ontario.
Our Decent Work Teams/Communities of Practice have been working tirelessly to show Ontario that Universal Child Care IS Possible! To all of the educators, staff, parents, students and children who have been involved, we thank you and we can't build an ECE led movement for change without you!
Child care was a key election issue because of the fabulous advocates who have been working to build power in communities across the province. As we begin a new chapter in our movement we urge you to join a Decent Work Team near you or reach out to the AECEO to get one started in your community.
Early Years Coalition Waterloo Region
Early Years Professionals Rise Up Toronto
Halton Advocates for Quality Child Care
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