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Licensed centers and family child care homes: Rhode Island Early Learning Workforce Study

The charge of the Early Learning Workforce Study was to conduct an assessment of the individuals employed in the existing early learning workforce in Rhode Island by surveying directors and center staff in child care centers and family child care educators. Specifically, the study focused on: 1. Child care workforce characteristics of center directors and center staff educators, 2. Child care workforce characteristics of family child care educators, 3. Information about the populations served by centers and family child care educators, and; 4. Current child care workforce education and professional development as well as future needs. (author abstract)
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Reports & Papers
United States
Rhode Island

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