early childhood workforce

NC Early Childhood/School age workforce registry final report and recommendations
CCSA Staff

Child Care Services Association Releases a NC Workforce Registry Report

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.

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A Save the Date with a photo of a teacher reading to 3 babies
Jennifer Gioia

North Carolina Early Childhood Compensation Collaborative Model Salary Scale for Early Education Teachers

Brought to you by Child Care Services Association, the Institute for Child Development Professionals, the North Carolina Division of Child Development and Early Education, and Smart Start, this FREE webinar is available for all early education teachers to better understand the North Carolina early childhood compensation collaborative model salary scale.

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