The early childhood professionals who provide the day-to-day services for infants and toddlers participating in Rhode Island’s child care, Early Intervention, and family home visiting programs are supporting the development of healthy brain architecture upon which all future learning and development is built. Yet wages for infant/toddler educators remain well below the wages of kindergarten teachers and below the levels needed to meet the basic needs of individuals and families. The Task Force has developed recommendations to improve the compensation and retention of effective infant/toddler educators. (author abstract)
Improving the compensation and retention of effective infant/toddler educators in Rhode Island: Recommendations of the Moving the Needle on Compensation Task Force
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