The divergent experiences of early educators in schools and child care centers during COVID-19: Findings from Virginia
This report describes the experiences of over 1,600 Virginia early educators in May 2020, about two months after the pandemic began. It provides the most comprehensive look to date at the experiences of early childhood education (ECE) teachers during the pandemic, describing changes to teachers' jobs and their well-being. It also highlights the very stark differences in these experiences for those ECE teachers working in schools relative to those in child care centers. (author abstract)
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Understanding the wellbeing of early educators in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic: Lessons from Louisiana