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From unlivable wages to just pay for early educators

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Competing views on the primary reasons for compensation reform, what compensation reform looks like, and how to achieve compensation reform have led to the promotion of a variety of initiatives labeled "compensation strategies," some of which do not actually raise on-the-job earnings at all, as discussed later in this report. In the hopes of offering clarification and guidance, this report summarizes recent research on wage standards and critically assesses existing initiatives commonly intended to address the problem of low wages in ECE. (author abstract)

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