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Program Focused Coaching Support Application

2018-2019 Academic Year Early Childhood Educator Scholarship

Massachusetts STEM Summit 2018

Professional Qualifications Registry Profile Updates and Assistance.

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Rate Increases For Early Education And Care Programs.

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Video Showcase UMass Boston’s Post Master’s Certificate Program in Early Education: Video One | Video Two

The Children's Behavioral Health Initiative

WBLH-Great resource for educators and parents

Educator and Provider Support (EPS) Current Fact Sheet and PowerPoint to EEC's Policy and Research Committee.

Zero to Three Fellowship Program

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About Educator Provider Support (EPS)


The EPS grant was established in 2010 to build an interconnected network of service partners throughout the state to streamline services and increase access to professional development for the early education and out-of-school time field. EEC envisions a system of regional partners, coordinated by a lead agent, offering professional development at the state, regional and local levels, communicating EEC initiatives to educators and programs, responding to the needs of the field, and creating pathways for educators to increase their competencies and improve quality for children across Massachusetts.

The EPS grant focuses on three core areas to deliver these services and meet the needs of the field.

This grant is also based on specific educational and professional development goals:

For more information about the history and the purpose of the EPS Grant please visit the EPS PAGE on the EEC website.