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Working in Early Care and Education in North Carolina: 2015 Workforce Study

Child Care Services Association (CCSA) conducted a statewide survey of the early care and education workforce in North Carolina from January 2015 through September 2015. This study provides comprehensive data on teachers, assistant teachers, and directors in early care and education centers and on the licensed early care and education programs in which they work.

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Child Care Services Association
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When Brain Science Meets Public Policy: Strategies for Building Executive Function Skills in the Early Years

This white paper from the Institute for Child Success explores the development of executive functioning skills in young children that are critical for success later in life, identifies evidence-based and promising practices that foster them, and suggests four strategic opportunities for policymakers looking to support young children in this area.

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Institute for Child Success
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What Are Local Funding Options?

This report from the North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation highlights local funding mechanisms that are currently available, or could become available, in North Carolina and how to determine which option is the best fit for your community.

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North Carolina Early Childhood Foundation
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Want to Grow the Economy? Fix the Child Care Crisis

This study by ReadyNation examines the economic impacts of the nation’s child care crisis on infants and toddlers, working parents, employers, and taxpayers. It details the annual cost of $57 billion in lost earnings, productivity, and revenue from a lack of child care. 

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Council for a Strong America
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