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Welcome to the Louisiana Association for the Education of Young Children



Update 11/17/21:

Angela Daliet, TORSH Director of Early Education and Intervention Partnerships, has been named Chair of the Nominating Committee for LAAEYC!
Deadline for nominations is 29 November 2021. Elections will be held December 6 – December 27.

To learn more about the LAAEYC inaugural election process, positions available, to nominate or self-nominate for a position, or to join LAAEYC, please visit:

TORSH sends a very warm welcome to the Louisiana Association for the Education of Young Children (LAAEYC) as the state affiliate for the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)!

As a Louisiana-based educational technology firm dedicated to improving outcomes for children, we are excited about this expansion of organizations in our state working to support both high-quality learning and the professional development of educators.

TORSH is proud to announce that Angela Daliet, our Director of Early Education and Intervention Partnerships, is a founding member of the LAAEYC Advisory Council. 

This past Wednesday, Daliet co-hosted an LAAEYC Informational Town Hall meeting for the Greater New Orleans Region, welcoming area members of NAEYC into their new local chapter and detailing the organization’s commitment to operating as a high-performing, inclusive organization with values deeply rooted in the early childhood profession.   

The establishment of LAAEYC welcomes roughly 500 National members into a local affiliate. Members include early care and education teachers, faculty, and administrators; advocates; students at high school, undergraduate, and postgraduate levels; as well as families and companies invested or vested in the early care and education field.

LAAEYC advances a diverse, dynamic early childhood profession and supports all who care for, educate, and work on behalf of young children.

LAAEYC seeks to elevate and unify early childhood professionals so together they can serve families through leadership, advocacy, and professional development. Their goal is for every child and family to have access to quality services, and for every early childhood professional to be highly respected, fully supported, skilled, and equitably compensated for the valuable role they play in the lives of children and families. 

Click here to register your interest in becoming involved with LAAEYC.

We here at TORSH are proud to promote an early childhood profession that exemplifies excellence and is recognized as essential to society — here in Louisiana, and beyond. 

Welcome to Louisiana, LAAEYC!

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