What are the challenges to having a $15.00 minimum wage? Will programs increase tuition or reduce employee hours? Will programs look at changing staff to child ratio? What happens to quality? Are there other sources of funding?
early childhood workforce
Early childhood educators are important to your family, but what they could really use this Valentine’s Day is better pay and benefits…
Throughout the past year, the child care workforce has soldiered on while under- or not insured. Yet, N.C.’s economic recovery depends on child care…
Child Care Services Association to begin statewide early childhood and school-age workforce registry with Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation grant
CCSA will begin to plan and develop the registry, which will provide data for policymakers, advocacy groups and state agencies on North Carolina’s early childhood and school-age workforce.
When 2020 began, none of us anticipated what a challenging year it would be. The events of 2020 have shaken the world and changed our lives. COVID-19 has affected us all, directly or indirectly, and its impact will be felt for years to come. But with challenges come opportunities for reflection over what we learned—and what was made clear once again—this year.
Join CCSA and NC DCDEE as we share an overview of the statewide study results in a live briefing on the Working in Early Care and Education in North Carolina, 2019 Workforce Study.