The Coalition of Infant/Toddler Educators (CITE) promotes quality infant and toddler care and education by building collaborations, providing professional development opportunities, support and resources, and by influencing public policy.
We are pleased you stopped by, and encourage you to explore our site to learn more about our organization and the terrific resources and development opportunities we offer.
If you are an educator of infants and/or toddlers, we invite you to consider joining us by becoming a member
Find out why the NJ Infant/Toddler Credential is important to your caregiving practice and to your career
Our members have exclusive access to our workshops, a lending library and useful resources to help you stay on top of the latest news, techniques, and classroom environment.
Find out about workshop and other networking opportunties
We are sharing “Building Brains in the First 36 Months of Life” below in English and Spanish.
What is the NJ Infant/Toddler Credential?
The NJ Infant/Toddler Credential is a qualification earned by teachers, family child care providers, and paraprofessionals who have demonstrated their knowledge of infant/toddler mental health: social/emotional wellbeing, child development with a focus on infants and toddlers, and their skills in working with infants, toddlers and their families.Learn More
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