California Early Care and Education Workforce Study
The state’s most comprehensive workforce study, conducted in 2006 and again in 2020, provides comprehensive statewide and regional information on the early care and education workforce.
Early Childhood Workforce Index
The Early Childhood Workforce Index has been a game changer for bringing attention to the policies, wages, and working conditions that affect the lives of early educators across the United States. The first edition launched in 2016, followed by 2018 and 2020.
Learning Community: Bold on Early Care and Education Compensation
The Bold on Early Care and Education (ECE) Compensation learning community brings together a group of 20+ advocates, government representatives, and legislators from seven states to identify barriers to improving early educator compensation and strategies to overcome those barriers.
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The state’s most comprehensive workforce study, conducted in 2006 and again in 2020.
CSCCE has closely monitored federal, state, and local policies around the provision of emergency child care during the coronavirus pandemic.
This series explores the history of early care and education through the overlooked contributions and advocacy of teacher leaders, particularly women of color, over the past century and a half.
The newest edition of our biennial report provides a data-rich look at state-based policies and conditions for the early care and education workforce.
In addition to state-by-state analysis, the 2018 Index reported the first findings of racial wage gaps within ECE, and how a wage penalty disproportionately affects Black women.
The 2016 edition was the first comprehensive state-by-state analysis of early childhood employment conditions and policies.
The Learning Together study is a four-year project that focuses on four California counties’ efforts to expand bachelor’s degree opportunities in early care and education for working adults.