NSECE snapshot: Employment experiences of the 2019 center-based child care workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic: Key findings by race and ethnicity
This snapshot describes the 2020 employment experiences of 1.35 million individuals who were teachers, lead teachers, assistants and aides in center-based CCEE provider classrooms in 2019. Data come from interviews conducted in the first three months of 2021 with participants in the 2019 NSECE workforce survey. Among the 2019 workers, more than half (58%) were non-Hispanic White, less than one in five (17%) were non-Hispanic Black, and less than one in five (17%) were Hispanic of any race. More than half (62%) of CCEE workers were teachers/lead teachers, and more than one third (38%) were aides/assistant teachers. The racial/ethnic distribution within worker role was similar to the overall distribution among all 2019 workers. (author abstract)
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National Survey of Early Care and Education (NSECE) 2019
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