The Little Things that Add up to something Truly Rewarding - Right to Care
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By Jane Doe

Our children may be returning back to school, but we're not going back to normal. This year in Illinois, families and educators are teaming up to collect our #RightToCare. We demand early childhood care families can afford, access and trust and fair pay to educators that dedicate their lives to our children. Our children may be returning back to school, but we're not going back to normal. This year in Illinois, families and educators are teaming up to collect our #RightToCare. We demand early childhood care families can afford, access and trust and fair pay to educators that dedicate their lives to our children. Our children may be returning back to school, but we're not going back to normal. This year in Illinois, families and educators are teaming up to collect our #RightToCare. We demand early childhood care families can afford, access and trust and fair pay to educators that dedicate their lives to our children. Our children may be returning back to school, but we're not going back to normal. This year in Illinois, families and educators are teaming up to collect our #RightToCare. We demand early childhood care families can afford, access and trust and fair pay.

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The Little Things that Add up to something Truly Rewarding

By Yilsi Flores

Being an early childhood educator is a very rewarding career because I get to help set children and their families to a path of success through support and early intervention. Knowing that parents trust me with the wellbeing of their child(ren) is a great and humbling feeling. Although I do not have a very long time in this field, I have already gotten to form relationships with different parents. It makes me glad to know that I helping a families who may be in disadvantaged positions get adequate care and the resources they need. I also love that I am able to communicate to Spanish-speaking parents in their native language, and that they do not have to worry about not being able to express their concerns and needs!

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