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Early educator preparation and compensation policies: Voices from 10 states


This report presents the research findings exploring how stakeholders across a selection of 10 states view and experience the early care and education (ECE) systems in which they are embedded, with particular regard to workforce compensation, higher education and competencies. The purpose of this study is to provide context for the development and implementation of ECE policies by presenting the perspectives and experiences of the stakeholders interviewed, and to draw upon their own direct work and experiences to illustrate the opportunities and challenges for future ECE policy. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
United States
Alabama; Colorado; Hawaii; Michigan; Nebraska; New Mexico; North Dakota; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island

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