Agenda for Children

Ancillary Certificate Information

Beginning on June 30, 2019, all lead teachers in publicly-funded centers (Type III) will be required to have a current Early Childhood Ancillary Teaching Certificate (ECAC) as a minimum credential within 24 months of beginning their position as a lead teacher.

Visit the Louisiana Believes web site for the most up-to-date information on the ECAC, or use the links and information below.

How Agenda supports providers in the Early Childhood Ancillary Certificate process

  1. We provide guidance and information about the process to teachers and directors. Review our helpful list of links below to get started.
  2. For teachers who are not required to obtain their training from a BESE-approved provider, we can provide a transcript review, advice about where to obtain additional training, portfolio development support and assistance in locating a Professional Development Specialist. Contact your local Agenda office to learn more.
  3. Agenda is a BESE-approved provider. Our program is currently on hiatus, but we hope to offer another course soon!

More information about the ECAC

 

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