- While mentorship is key for professional growth, it is often missing from training programs
- Mentorship can provide crucial help to early childhood educators in navigating challenges and overcoming obstacles
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Mentorship is an essential aspect of professional growth and development for early childhood educators, but for many training programs, mentorship components are either not well supported or are missing altogether. Experience shows that it can be highly valuable for both the mentee and the mentor as well. Being a mentor to someone else is a rewarding leadership experience that allows one to give back to the profession and help shape the future of early childhood education.
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