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Guide to the UAA/ACC College of Education Early Childhood Program records
1989-1991

Collection number: UAA-0098.
Creating office: UAA/ACC School of education.
Series title: UAA/ACC School of Education Early Childhood Program records.
Dates: 1989-1991.
Volume of series: 0.02 cubic feet. 
Language of materials: Collection materials are in English.
Series summary: Records of UAA/ACC department that provides degrees and certification in Early Childhood education.

Agency functions:
The Early Childhood Program at UAA provides 4 program tracks that blend theory and practice in the preparation of early childhood educators. The four options are to receive a certificate, Associates of Applied Science, Bachelor of Arts, or postgraduate certification in Early Childhood studies. Programs teach students how to deliver quality care and education for young children from birth through age eight years.

Series description:
This series contains 2 proposals to UAA to provide an Associates of Applied Science degree to the UAA's degree offerings.

Digitized copies: Digital copies of collection material not available online. For information about obtaining digital copies, please contact Archives and Special Collections.

Preferred citation: UAA/ACC School of Education Early Childhood Program records, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.

Works used in preparation of inventory:
“Early Childhood Program,” University of Alaska Anchorage, accessed February 14, 2011 http://www.uaa.alaska.edu/coe/programs/teaching/childhood/index.cfm.

Current records: Current records are with the School of Education. Please contact them for more information.

Custodial history: Collection materials were transferred to the Archives by Gretchen Bersch in 2009.

Processing information: Collection was described by Mariecris Gatlabayan in 2011. Collection materials were separated from Gretchen Bersch collection in 2009 and made into their own university records series.