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The report synthesizes the process and methodology used to gather data about the perceived value of and interest in a workforce registry. The report concludes with five recommendations. The report’s key finding is that there is overwhelming support from educators, administrators and stakeholders alike for implementing a EC/SA workforce registry in NC.
CCSA’s statement on passage of the Build Back Better legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives, November 19, 2021
The Child Care Services Association and its T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® National Center applauds the passage in the U.S. House of Representatives of the Build Back Better legislation.
In this annual report, you will see the remarkable work child care providers have done to give children the stability and certainty they need during a time when instability still controls every aspect of our lives. You will also see the efforts of our great CCSA staff to continue their work with children, families and child care programs as we see through this pandemic.
Governor Cooper Supports Early Childhood: See Visits to Child Care Programs as North Carolina Releases the NC Child Care Stabilization Grants
In October and November, Gov. Cooper visited four different child care programs in Carrboro, Charlotte, Walkertown and Asheville to encourage child care programs to apply for the North Carolina Child Care Stabilization Grants.
The white paper examines salary (wage) scales – what they are and what to consider when planning one. Specific state examples are offered, as well as a general discussion of the elements and characteristics of a salary schedule.