Early Years Professionals’ survey shows how low pay can be a significant barrier to retaining the workforce.
Education and Care
RISE Institute, in partnership with UNICEF and the Early Childhood Development Task Force released the results from a global survey of inclusive early childhood development and early childhood intervention programs.
82 percent of employers in the early childhood sector report having trouble recruiting and retaining staff according to a new study from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
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Early years teachers have the powerful opportunity to support children as they grow. We must properly support them.
The U.S. State of Kansas faces issues with an aging early child care workforce; they aren't the only ones.
"Health, education, a safe and stimulating environment at home and in public spaces...none of these is more important than the other." - Mihaela Ionescu, ISSA
Experts are urging significant policy shifts and substantial new investments to revamp how those working with young children are prepared, supported, and compensated.
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