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North Carolina Early Childhood Compensation Collaborative Model Salary Scale for Early Education Teachers

This toolkit by the North Carolina Early Childhood Compensation Collaborative is designed to serve as a model for child care programs that want to adapt or change their own salary structure to establish better compensation for their workforce that is tied to educational attainment. Early educators must have required education, skills, and licenses, and should be compensated fairly considering their educational attainment. Readers will walk away with a sample salary scale and recommendations for how to use the salary scale.

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