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Title: Early Childhood Workforce Retention Rates: What factors impact the statistics?
Keywords: teacher retention
education
turnover
Date: 2002
Publisher: Center for Family Policy & Research
Series/Report no.: Policy Brief (Center for Family Policy & Research)
Abstract: When studying early childhood programs, it is important to look at two areas of workforce statistics: job retention rates and compensation data (salary and benefits). Across the nation, the early childhood field experiences an annual turnover rate of 30%, which is quite high when compared to the 6.6% annual turnover rate among public school teachers.3 In Missouri, the MCCRC data indicate approximately 33% of the early childhood educators anticipate leaving the field within the next five years.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/2287

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