Do Early Childhood Educators make more in Quebec than the average Childhood Educator does in theUSA?
Early Childhood Educators make around 30,000 to 40,000 dollars with a Bachelor's degree in the U.S. Although this is true, many Early Childhood Educators make less than that. If they do, does Canada have better test scores because they pay their teachers better?
I do not know how much early preschool teachers make in Canada, but I agree that early childhood teachers have the biggest responsibility with the most precious period of time in a child's life ... the second embryonic stage in which the child's psyche is developing.( 0-6 years) These teachers should be very well educated and paid. Why they are not, is beyond me.
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