The Nebraska Early Childhood Workforce Commission implementation project is sponsored by the Buffett Early Childhood Institute. It seeks to build a collaborative network between early childhood professionals, local community leaders, state organizations, and policymakers. The Workforce Commission seeks to elevate the profession as a priority for the state so that workers receive the support, resources, and compensation they need to develop a high-quality system of early childhood care and education for all Nebraska families.
Workforce Commission Goals
- Ensure the early childhood workforce is highly qualified and reflects the diversity of the children and families they serve.
- Fully fund high-quality care and education by 2030.
- Promote Nebraskans championing the critical role of the early childhood workforce in young children's learning and development.
- Implement commission recommendations as outlined in Elevating Nebraska's Early Childhood Workforce: Report and Recommendations of the Nebraska Early Childhood Workforce Commission.
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- Revision of the Nebraska Career Advising Guide and translation into Spanish in cooperation with the Nebraska Department of Education
- Launch of the Nebraska Early Childhood Leadership Cadre
- Convening of early childhood faculty to improve career pathways
Contact: Susan Sarver