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June 10, 2016

Preschool "Works" When Instruction Is Good to Excellent, Study Finds

Preschool teachers must offer high-quality instruction to change academic outcomes for their students, according to a new analysis of eight studies.

May 18, 2016

St. Louis Launches Apprenticeship Program For Early Childhood Educators

It's not just plumbers and electricians: Prospective preschool teachers can now learn by doing, thanks to a new apprenticeship program in St. Louis.

May 18, 2016

Harvard Graduate School of Education Receives $35M Early-Childhood Grant

The money will be used to fund research, fellowships, and professional development opportunities for early educators.

April 22, 2016

Early Educators 'Grossly Underpaid' in Colorado, Report Says

Early educators, including center directors, make far less than other Colorado professionals with similar degrees, says a report by Qualistar Colorado.

September 24, 2015

As Preschool Programs Expand, Teacher Pay Under Scrutiny

Early education workers have been paid low wages for years, but as public programs grow, the issue is increasingly on reporters' radars.

May 01, 2015

Immigrants Well-Represented in Early-Education Workforce, Report Says

Immigrants account for 18 percent of the early-childhood workforce, a slightly higher percentage than are represented in the workforce at large, a new report says.

April 02, 2015

All Lead Preschool Teachers Should Have B.A., Top Advisory Groups Urge

Creating a minimum education standard for pre-K teachers was among recommendations from the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council for improving the country's early-educator workforce.

February 20, 2015

Word Gap Exists Among Early Educators Too, Says Workforce Expert

If the White House's call for universal preschool is going to be answered effectively, educating the early educator workforce is essential, says one university professor.

December 09, 2014

Arizona Program Boosting College Degrees Among Early-Childhood Educators

Thanks to a scholarship program funded by the state's First Things First tobacco tax, twice as many early education teachers in Pima County, Ariz., hold college degrees now than did five years ago,

November 26, 2014

Hand That Rocks the Cradle Gets $30K a Year

A top personal finance group urges college students not to major in child studies.

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