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Clearing a career path: Lessons from two communities in promoting higher education access for the early care and education workforce: Alameda and Santa Clara Counties, California
Dukakis, Kara, 2006
Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

An examination of efforts in Alameda and Santa Clara Counties, California, to promote development of the child care and early education workforce through participation in higher education

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Early childhood educator competencies: A literature review of current best practices, and a public input process on next steps for California
University of California, Berkeley. Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, February, 2008
Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

A review of states' practices for developing a set of competencies for early childhood educators and feedback from California's early care and education field on developing a set of educator competencies for California

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Preparing teachers of young children: The current state of knowledge, and a blueprint for the future: Part II: Effective teacher preparation in early care and education: Toward a comprehensive research agenda
Whitebook, Marcy, May, 2009
Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

An examination of practices involved in the effective training and preparation of early care and education teachers, based on a literature review and key informant interviews

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Preparing teachers of young children: The current state of knowledge, and a blueprint for the future: Part I: Teacher preparation and professional development in grades K-12 and in early care and education: Differences and similarities, and implications for research
Whitebook, Marcy, May, 2009
Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

A comparison of the practices involved in the training and preparation of kindergarten through grade 12 teachers and the training and preparation of early care and education teachers, including teacher education, credentialing, certification, professional development, and teaching environment

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Roots of decline: How government policy has de-educated teachers of young children
Bellm, Dan, 2006
Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

A demographic and public policy contextualization of the findings of the study, "Losing ground in early childhood education: Declining workforce qualifications in an expanding industry, 1979-2004"

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Staff preparation, reward, and support: Are quality rating and improvement systems addressing all of the key ingredients necessary for change?
Austin, Lea J. E., 2011
Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

An examination of components in state quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS) related to staff qualifications, incentives for professional development, staff compensation, and adult learning environments

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Universal preschool in California: An overview of workforce issues
Bellm, Dan, 2003
University of California, Berkeley, Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.

A report on workforce issues that would arise under the provision of universal preschool education in California

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