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The workforce challenge facing early learning providers | Patricia Chorney Rubin, Jane Bertrand, Michele Lupa

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The workforce challenge facing early learning providers | Patricia Chorney Rubin, Jane Bertrand, Michele Lupa

November 1, 2023
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The workforce problem is so top of mind for ECE leaders Michele Lupa says it five times to drive the point home!

In this special edition Mat time episode we hear from not one but THREE influential thought-leaders to hear their thoughts on the workforce challenge facing the early learning sector in Canada – Patricia Chorney Rubin (Director of The School of Early Childhood at George Brown College, Toronto), Jane Bertrand (Program Director at the Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Foundation) and Michele Lupa (Executive Director of Canadian Mothercraft Society).

Watch this episode to hear their take on recruitment and retention issues, and how ECE providers can elevate the practice of early childhood and ensure its vital role in society is recognized.

“Early childhood education is a fundamental part of our education system and we need to see the practitioners and professionals who deliver those services be elevated to the place they deserve and be compensated for it.” - Michele Lupa, Executive Director, The Canadian Mothercraft Society

The workforce problem is so top of mind for ECE leaders Michele Lupa says it five times to drive the point home!

In this special edition Mat time episode we hear from not one but THREE influential thought-leaders to hear their thoughts on the workforce challenge facing the early learning sector in Canada – Patricia Chorney Rubin (Director of The School of Early Childhood at George Brown College, Toronto), Jane Bertrand (Program Director at the Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Foundation) and Michele Lupa (Executive Director of Canadian Mothercraft Society).

Watch this episode to hear their take on recruitment and retention issues, and how ECE providers can elevate the practice of early childhood and ensure its vital role in society is recognized.

“Early childhood education is a fundamental part of our education system and we need to see the practitioners and professionals who deliver those services be elevated to the place they deserve and be compensated for it.” - Michele Lupa, Executive Director, The Canadian Mothercraft Society

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