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May everyday be Worthy Wage Day!

May 1st  is Worthy Wage Day: a national day of action held annually to raise public awareness of the low wages earned by early childhood educators, the impact the teacher retention crisis has on young children, and the chronic public underfunding for... Continue Reading →

Growing into a Rewarding Career in Early Childhood Education

Our Quality & Workforce Committee members developed this informative graphic of the different options for career development in the field of Early Childhood Education! Explanatory video coming soon!      

Webinar on Mon. Dec. 4th on Pre-K Teacher Compensation

We are co-hosting with the Solano Local Child Care Planning Council  a webinar on workforce compensation on Monday, December 4th, from 12 to 1 pm. Our guest speaker will be Caitlin McLean, Workforce Research Specialist at the Center for the... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Quality and Workforce Meeting – Marin County Child Care Commission

You're invited to the Summer 2017 meeting of our Quality and Workforce Committee! Join us to discuss different topics related to our work, including the following highlights: 2016-2017 In Review: Progress and new needs identified in our field Committee accomplishments... Continue Reading →

Workforce of Today, Workforce of Tomorrow: The Business Case for High-Quality Child Care

  The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Center for Education and Workforce has released a report to explore the under-recognized role of high-quality childcare in the education and workforce pipeline. Click here for more information and to access the report.... Continue Reading →

It’s Worthy Wages Month!

May is Worthy Wages Month for our Commission! Inspired by the Worthy Wages Campaign, during this month we will highlight different aspects of the early educator profession and the persistent crisis in the compensation levels. As we stated in our... Continue Reading →

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