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, Deborah Philipps and Carollee Howes
Despite a wealth of scientific evidence on the importance of early learning, not much has changed for the early childhood workforce: low wages, irrational wage structure, low education premium, and pervasive economic insecurity are still persistent.
Marcy Whitebook, Deborah Philips and Carollee Howes
Marcy Whitebook and Lea J.E. Austin
Does your state have compensation strategies to support early childhood educators? #ECE cscce.berkeley.edu/state-of-the-e… https://t.co/IJ0qtbb423
74 Interview: Early Ed Expert Ruby Takanishi on Why K-12 Doesn’t Work Without Pre-K @the74 bit.ly/2bCpGlf
@USAChildCare: How rising #ChildCare costs affect the workers taking care of your kids! #ECE marketplace.org/2016/08/11/lif… via @DeanOlsonKC