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What are the benefits of having a CDA Credential in the District of Columbia?

In the District of Columbia having a CDA (plus additional experience) qualifies you to

  • having a Preschool Center-Based CDA qualifies you to work as an assistant teacher working with preschool children in a child development center.
  • having an Infant/Toddler Center-Based CDA qualifies you to work as an assistant teacher working with infants and toddlers in a child development center.
  • Having a Family Child Care CDA qualifies you to work as a caregiver in a child development home.
  • Having a CDA (plus additional experience) qualifies you to work as an associate caregiver in an expanded child development home.

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