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Worthy work, STILL unlivable wages: The early childhood workforce 25 years after the National Child Care Staffing Study

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This report is a compilation of studies and discussions addressing the working conditions of early childhood teachers in 1989 and 2014. Additional chapters address the consequences of compensation decisions, the use of public benefits among families of staff, and the variety of state and national policy efforts related to the wages of early childhood teachers.

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United States

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