T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Scholarship

CCSA
Logan Jackson

Incentivizing Education and Quality: I am WAGE$ with Stephanie Marshall

“WAGE$ makes me want to keep going with my coursework. I love what I do, but there is not a lot of money in it. WAGE$ is an incentive to do it, to keep going because there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. My supplement increases with more classes. Who doesn’t like getting more money for more education when that coursework also helps change your life? You have education and you have money. It is a win-win. I don’t want to lose my supplement. It’s a big incentive.”

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CCSA
Savion Thorne

“Where There is a Will, There is a Way”: I am WAGE$ with Carolina Jarquin

“WAGE$ makes me want to keep going with my coursework. I love what I do, but there is not a lot of money in it. WAGE$ is an incentive to do it, to keep going because there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. My supplement increases with more classes. Who doesn’t like getting more money for more education when that coursework also helps change your life? You have education and you have money. It is a win-win. I don’t want to lose my supplement. It’s a big incentive.”

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CCSA
Jennifer Gioia

Black History Month and Early Childhood Educators

In celebration of Black History Month, it is essential to lift up the important work every day of the early childhood workforce, a majority of which in North Carolina are individuals of color. In fact, in North Carolina, nearly three-quarters (73%) of family child care providers are individuals of color. And, to be fully transparent, about 99% of the early education workforce are women.

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A teacher and a pre-k group play with toys
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Jennifer Gioia

North Carolina educators have more opportunity with the Teacher Education and Compensation Helps (T.E.A.C.H.) Early Childhood® NC Scholarship Program and TeachNC

With the T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® NC Scholarship Program and TeachNC working to improve the professional development, compensation and retention for education professionals, all of North Carolina’s teachers have a chance to lead our state’s next generation to a bright future.

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