Early Childhood Teachers
A partnership between
DCAEYC and the
Washington Teachers' Union (WTU)
The WTU and DCAEYC Early Childhood Teachers' Task Force's vision is that all of the District of Columbia's young children are successful in school and in life, as a result of Early Childhood Teachers participating in high-quality, intellectually stimulating, robust, and developmentally-appropriate training and professional development experiences that provide them with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions needed to close the Achievement Gap.
The Task Force believes that a highly trained, engaged, research-focused Early Childhood Teacher workforce is the key strategy to close the Achievement Gap. The role of the Task Force is to perform the following functions:
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are the WTU and DCAEYC ECE Task Force members?
The Task Force is made up of members working in all early childhood settings that collaborate to advance the profession by improving policy and practice in DC.
What is the vision and mission of the WTU and DCAEYC ECE Task Force?
When does the WTU and DCAEYC ECE Task Force Meet?
Where does the WTU and DCAEYC ECE Task Force Meet?
Meetings are held at various DCPS school sites and community-based centers. Occasionally, meetings are held at the Washington Teacher’s Union build located:
Do I have to be a member of the Washington Teacher’s Union or DCAEYC to be part of Task Force?
No. The ECE Task Force, however, is a partnership between the two organizations. Joining a professional organization such as DCAEYC is an opportunity for you to learn, grow, and collaborate.
How can I become a part of the Task Force?
Please join one of our monthly meetings or contact us by email.
I am not sure if I want to be part of Task Force. Can I still receive information, updates, and resources?
Yes, please contact the Task Force to be placed on the listserv.
How can I contact the WTU and DCAEYC ECE Task Force?
Please contact the task force by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Washington Teachers' Union
The Washington Teachers’ Union (WTU) represents more than 5,000 active and retired teachers in Washington D.C. WTU is dedicated to social and educational justice for the students of the District of Columbia and to improving the quality of support, resources, compensation and working conditions for the public servants and proud teachers who educate our students in D.C. Public Schools. To learn more, visit www.wtulocal6.net.