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Viewing compensation through a shared services lens


In June 2021 NAEYC released an excellent brief, Compensation Matters Most, that outlined why and how states should use funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to increase compensation for the Early Care and Education (ECE) workforce. The brief concludes that to achieve lasting increases in compensation for the sector action needs to go beyond bonuses or hazard pay but include strategies for ongoing, sustainable wage increases. Additionally, NAEYC underscores strategies to increase access to benefits, enhance program stability and accountability, and prepare for mixed-delivery success. (author abstract)

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