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Early childhood workforce retention rates: What factors impact the statistics?

Resource Type: Fact Sheets & Briefs
Author(s): Midwest Child Care Research Consortium;
Date Issued: [n.d]
Publisher(s): University of Missouri--Columbia. Center for Family Policy and Research
Description: Highlights of findings from a study on the correlation between working conditions of child care workers and program quality, based on a sample of 2,022 child care providers in Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri
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Source: University of Missouri--Columbia, Center for Family Policy & Research. Retrieved from
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Topics: Child Care & Early Education Quality > Process Quality

Child Care & Early Education Provider Workforce > Recruitment, Retention & Job Satisfaction

Child Care & Early Education Provider Workforce > Working Conditions
Country: United States
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