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Compensation and comparable worth: What lies ahead for California's preschool teachers?
Bellm, Dan, 2004
University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

A discussion on improving the pay of preschool teachers in California to be comparable to the compensation of elementary school teachers in order to successfully implement a Preschool For All system

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Lessons from CARES and other early care and education workforce initiatives in California, 1999-2004: A review of evaluations completed by fall 2004 [Executive summary]
Whitebook, Marcy, 2004
University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

A summary of the evaluation of the Compensation and Recognition Encourage Stability (CARES) program, designed to reward professional development in the early childhood education field to reduce staff turnover

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Raising teacher education and training standards for universal preschool in California: Assessing the size of the task
Whitebook, Marcy, 2004
University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment. (No longer accessible as of September 18, 2013)

A policy brief on the educational characteristics of child care providers and teaching staff in California

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State registries of the early care and education workforce: A review of current models and options for California
Bellm, Dan, 2004
University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

A presentation of the results of a recent nationwide survey of Early Care and Education (ECE) workforce registries, an analysis of the registry-type functions that California already has in place, and recommendations for future efforts

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Teacher credentialing in early care and education: Prospects for universal preschool in California, and lessons from other states
Bellm, Dan, 2004
University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

An examination of the history and current status of preschool teacher certification in California as compared to other states in order to identify options and issues as California plans for Preschool for All

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Training the next generation of teachers: A preliminary survey of California's higher education programs in early childhood education and child development
Whitebook, Marcy, 2004
University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

A study of raising early childhood education certification standards in California

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Two years in early care and education: A community portrait of quality and workforce stability: Alameda County, California
Whitebook, Marcy, 2004
Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

A report profiling child care quality and the center-based, licensed family, and license-exempt child care workforce in Alameda County, California, from 2001 to 2003

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Two years in early care and education: A community portrait of quality and workforce stability: Alameda County, California: Executive summary
Whitebook, Marcy, 2004
University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

An executive summary of a report profiling child care quality and the center-based, licensed family, and license-exempt child care workforce in Alameda County, California, from 2001 to 2003

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