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Building a well-qualified transitional kindergarten workforce in California: Needs and opportunities

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This report provides estimates of how many TK teachers California will need through 2025–26 and discusses potential pathways to support a diverse, well-prepared workforce, both in TK and in other early childhood programs. We also offer recommendations that state policymakers could follow to stabilize, support, and expand the broader early childhood workforce and to build pathways for racially, linguistically, and culturally diverse educators. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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United States
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California

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