$320K for Kindergarten Teachers: A New Calculus for Compensation

David Leonhardt’s front-page New York Times article, “The Case for $320,000 Kindergarten Teachers,” seems to have knocked everyone out of their mid-summer daze. “Fairly explosive” is how he describes the recent—as yet, unpublished—findings, by Harvard economist, Raj Chetty, and colleagues, which may help to put another nail in the coffin of the fade-out argument for [... click post title to read more ...]


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Welcome to ECE Policy Matters! Your home for ongoing—and provocative—conversation about critical issues in early care and education policy.
If you’re drifting through the blogosphere, you know that education blogs are multiplying, including a number of first-rate blogs dedicated to early care and education (see my list of favorites in the right sidebar). But the voices [... click post title to read more ...]


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