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Early childhood educators in Hawai’i: Addressing compensation, working conditions, and professional advancement

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Through a contract with the Research Corporation of the University of Hawai‘i, this RAND Corporation report is intended to provide analytic support for the ECE3 Project’s compensation and financing strategy by (1) documenting the landscape for the ECE workforce in the state in terms of compensation, working conditions, and professional development and (2) identifying policy options for addressing challenges in these areas. In an effort to expand understanding of the ECE workforce and develop a road map for the future, the study brings together previous data and research; new data collected by the RAND team through interviews, focus groups, and a survey; and case studies. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Hawaii

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