NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment (Washington, DC:
National Association for the Education of Young Children, 2005)
"Standards of ethical behavior in early childhood care and
education are based on commitment to the foll
Emergency Prepared ness
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information for all children
and staff. One person cdn be Hssigned to be responsible for
having this information on hand in emergencies, on field trips,
and if there is an evacuation.
Supervision for Safetv
ensure the safety of children by
maintaining a safe physical environment.
2. Teachers must also provide. adequa te
alt times to prevent
quick response to any l-r,auau',tis
3. Teachers must
Statement of Commitment
"As an individual who works with young children, I commit myself to
furthering the values of early childhood education as they are
reflected in the ideals and principles of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct.
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