• Early Education Teacher Development Grant

EETD Grant Purpose

  • The purpose of the Early Education Teacher Development (EETD) Grant is:

    • to plan for the increased number of teachers needed to fully implement Universal PreKindergarten
    • to strengthen district capacity to successfully implement early learning programs by strengthening specific competencies for early educators within CSPP, TK, or Kindergarten (K) programs

    The EETD grant provides tuition reimbursements, credentialing reimbursements, and professional development training to educators to permit them to teach in Preschool and TK settings. In addition, the EETD grant also funds efforts between ACOE and school districts to implement best practices and strengthen the alignment in Pre-K through 3rd grade instruction.

    Learn more about the EETD grant and find valuable resources here!

Partner Institutes of Higher Education (IHE)

Consortium Partners

    • Alameda USD
    • Albany USD
    • Berkeley USD
    • Castro Valley USD
    • Dublin USD
    • Emery USD
    • Fremont USD
    • Hayward USD
    • Livermore Valley Joint USD
    • New Haven USD
    • Newark USD
    • Oakland USD
    • Pleasanton USD
    • San Leandro USD
    • San Lorenzo USD
    • Sunol Glen USD








  • 16 School Districts have entered as Consortium Partners with ACOE to leverage the Early Education Teacher Development (EETD) Grant funds to support in permitting/credentialing their early education teacher workforce, growing their competencies, and promoting preschool through third grade alignment. These school districts make up ACOE’s P-3 Alignment Network, a collaborative community committed to learning about best practices and aligning their Pre-K through 3rd Grade practices to ensure children have a solid foundation to reach their fullest potential!

    More information coming soon!

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