Summary of Research on the Dimensions Contributing to Expulsion and Suspension in Early Childhood Settings
As States and Territories consider strategies to prevent and ultimately eliminate expulsion and suspension in the early years, they need to explore why early learning programs suspend or expel young children. This document summarizes the four dimensions of the problem: 1) the structure of quality with policies that increase the likelihood of expulsion and suspension; 2) the absence of deep understanding of child development, 3) racial disparities in discipline, and 4) young children who need more and different support than can be provided by an educator or an early learning setting alone.
Taking the Long View on Compensation in Delaware
Blog March 30, 2023
In this blog, Madeleine Bayard, Senior Vice President at Rodel, details steps Delaware is taking to retain and recruit early child care workforce.
The Importance of Home-Based Educator Wellness in Equitable Early Childhood Systems
Video March 29, 2023
This recording is from the March 21, 2023 HBCC Webinar
Empowering the Early Childhood Workforce with the Environment Rating Scales Using LearnERS
Archived Webinar March 20, 2023
The ECE workforce is facing a staffing crisis and needs support. During this webinar, a panel of experts from Arkansas, New Jersey, and Rhode Island shared how they use LearnERS to support and empower the ECE workforce.