Working in Early Care and Education in North Carolina Workforce Study
With funding from the Division of Child Development and Early Education, Child Care Services Association (CCSA) conducted a statewide survey of the early care and education workforce in North Carolina from March 2019 through March 2020. This study provides comprehensive data on teachers, assistant teachers, and directors in early care and education centers, family child care providers, and on the licensed early care and education programs in which they work. Licensed child care centers include programs operated by public schools, for-profit entities, and not-for-profit entities and include Head Start/Early Head Start and programs with NC Pre-K classrooms. The study focuses on the education, experience, pay, benefits, turnover and demographics of the workforce. It also provides information about features of the work environment where teachers are employed. Data are compared to prior studies to show trends over time across multiple domains.Visit The Website
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