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Two jobs, no benefits: Can Illinois rescue its early childhood workforce?

Cassie Walker Burke, Chalkbeat Chicago Jun 21, 5:15pm CDT Preschool teacher Devon Jefferson starts work at a child care center each morning at 6 a.m., clocks in for a second job as a home health care aide in the afternoon, and attends night classes several evenings a month.  After two decades as an early childhood […]

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State-by-state analysis shows U.S. child care workforce struggling to survive

The Center for the Study of Child Care Employment released 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.

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