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 Is an Associates degree in Early Childhood Development the same as one in Early Childhood Specialist?

Answer Yes, there is a difference. An Associates degree in Early Childhood Development (CDA), has several hours of training in 8 different areas; as with the Early Childhood Specialist you have training ... Read More »
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What can you do with an associates degree in early childhood care/education?

Generally this means you are qualified to be a preschool assistant teacher in a public school. But, in most states you'd have to be certified teacher with a bachelor's degree to teach pre-kinderga... Read More »
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What Is the Difference Between an Associate Degree and a Diploma in Early Childhood Development?

Early childhood development programs run the gamut in terms of educational requirements and considerations. Those who hold an associate degree or a diploma in early childhood education are able to ... Read More »
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What is the difference in an associate's degree& a diploma in early childhood development?

Early childhood development is one of the most demanding aspects of working with children. You can get a diploma in early childhood development or earn a full associate's degree. Depending on the c... Read More »
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Teaching assistant to Early Childhood Education,associates?

Depends on where and what sort of setting you want to teach. In a public school, which more and more preschools are popping up, you will need a Bachelor's. For daycare and private preschool setti... Read More »
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