From October through December 2020, the Center for the Study of Child Care Employment (CSCCE) surveyed representative samples of approximately 2,000 center administrators and 3,000 home-based family child care (FCC) providers, as well as non-probability samples of about 2,500 center-based teachers and assistant teachers and 280 transitional kindergarten (TK) teachers through the 2020 California Early Care and Education Workforce Study. In this report, we look at the compensation of FCC providers, center directors, and center-based teaching staff. (author abstract)
Early educator compensation: Findings from the 2020 California Early Care and Education Workforce Study
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