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Working in early care and education in Rhode Island: 2016 preliminary workforce report

Quality data is essential in order to test the effectiveness of policies for preparation, support and rewards of the workforce. The data for this report represents one year of data collection, from December 2015 through December 2016. Rhode Island's Workforce Registry has been developed to collect comprehensive data on its entire workforce, including its educators, administrators, early intervention providers, family visitors, professional development and technical assistance providers, and, lastly, state agents. Not all data fields which are available are able to be meaningfully reported on at this time, simply because there isn't yet sufficient data to provide meaningful analysis. As a result, this report can be considered preliminary in nature and subsequent iterations will provide an opportunity to provide more information, to identify trends and track changes over time. Information will be provided throughout the report about which of the reported data was optional versus required. (author abstract)
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