||Title: Who Cares for Iowa’s Children?
Author and Contributors: Oesterreich, Lesia
Publisher: Iowa State University Extension (Feb 2012)
Review Level: Informal review
Primary Content Area: Early Childhood
Content Type: General Information
Audience: General Public & Consumers; Professionals, Educators & Program Staff
Resource Type: An extension or a land-grant developed resource
- Early Childhood: Statistics and Public Policy: State Specific Data
- Early Childhood: Statistics and Public Policy: Public Policy Issues and Education
- Early Childhood: Child Care Professionals: Compensation
Keywords: early care and education workforce, workforce data, Iowa, child care wages, child care benefits
Description: This fact sheet highlights early care and education data from the state of Iowa. Nearly 70 percent of Iowa's children under age six spend time in early care while their parents work. The fact sheet includes key factors that impact early learning, including teacher and provider education. Also included is data on the current wages and benefits of the early care and education workforce in Iowa.
Media Type: PDF - Portable Document Format
Resource Listed: April 3, 2012
Resource Last Updated: April 3, 2012