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The emotional and physical well-being of early educators in California: Early educator well-being series

Description:

This report focuses on the emotional and physical well-being of California’s ECE workforce who work with children birth to age five. It is the first in a series on early educator well-being, highlighting findings from Phase 2 of the California Early Care and Education Workforce Study. This report leverages data gathered during the spring of 2023 from a survey of about 540 family child care (FCC) providers, 510 center directors, 445 center teaching staff (i.e., center teachers and assistants/ aides), and 345 transitional kindergarten (TK) teachers. We weight FCC provider and center director data by region, FCC size, and center infant/toddler license, using statewide data from the California Resource & Referral Network 2021 Portfolio (California Resource & Referral Network, 2023). We present state-level findings by educator role, program funding type, children served, educator country of birth, and race and ethnicity. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
State(s)/Territories/Tribal Nation(s):
California

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