The Center for the Study of Child Care Employment (CSCCE) recently announced the release of the 2020 Early Childhood Workforce Index. The report provides a data-rich look at state-based policies and conditions for the early care and education workforce.
This third edition also contains:
- An interactive U.S. map and detailed tables on wages, state workforce policies, and initiatives
- Spotlights on state responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
- Policy recommendations on how to bolster the safety and livelihoods of early educators during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
- An advocacy toolkit with policy guidelines and framing language
WEBINAR: A Guide to Reform Using the New 2020 Early Childhood Workforce Index
When: Tomorrow, February 24 at 9am-10am PST/12pm-1pm EST
We need long-term reform more than ever. During this global pandemic, most policymakers have hailed child care as essential while simultaneously failing to enact policies to support early educators themselves.
Join the Center for the Study of Child Care Employment and guest speakers tomorrow at 9am-10am PST/12pm-1pm EST to learn how to use the new 2020 Early Childhood Workforce Index. Take action to improve working conditions for early educators and strengthen our early care and education system for children and families.