New America takes a look at the current state of education and skills requirements for early childhood educators. Currently many view these workers as "babysitters by another name" who don't necessarily need higher education and professional training like what is required for educators of older youth. This report argues against this misconception and lays out a framework for the proper education and training of this vulnerable workforce.
A report profiling state-funded pre-K programs in the U.S. by the The National Institute for Early Education at Rutgers University . . .
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