Conducting research and proposing policy solutions aimed at improving how our nation prepares, supports, and rewards the early care and education workforce since 1999.
Marcy Whitebook, Caitlin McLean and Lea J.E. Austin
The first effort to establish a baseline description of early childhood employment conditions and policies in every state and to track progress on a state-by- state basis to improve early childhood jobs.
Marcy Whitebook, Deborah Philips and Carollee Howes
Marcy Whitebook and Lea J.E. Austin
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@USAChildCare: How rising #ChildCare costs affect the workers taking care of your kids! #ECE marketplace.org/2016/08/11/lif… via @DeanOlsonKC