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Better child-care pay, training urged in [CA-PE]

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25 Mar 2002
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CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) -- A study on early childhood care on Prince Edward Island is recommending the province provide better wages and training programs.

The study found a high turnover rate and that of 335 workers across the province, 108 aren't trained in the field. It also found up to a $6.50 per hour wage disparity between educators teaching kindergarten and educators teaching four-year-olds and younger.

reprinted from The Daily News (Halifax).

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25 Mar 2002
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