This survey is the first in an ongoing survey series presented by Teaching Strategies that surfaces on-the-ground insights and perspectives in early childhood education to inform national conversations around policy and practice. Against the backdrop of national educator burnout and workforce gaps, Teaching Strategies sought to understand the role of professional learning in retaining early childhood educators and supporting their wellbeing. Over 2,300 early childhood educators across the U.S. responded to our first survey. (author abstract)
Teaching survey on professional learning, burnout, and retention
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