The Center for American Progress released Underpaid and Unequal: Racial Wage Disparities in the Early Childhood Workforce with an exclusive in the Wall Street Journal’s Real Time Economics Blog.
“Addressing compensation for the early childhood workforce as a whole must be a priority for policymakers, as the low wages and lack of benefits available to the workers—predominantly women—who care for and educate our nation’s youngest citizens stand in stark contrast to the significance of their work.”
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