Worthy Wages for Our Early Educators!
Despite their critical role in child learning and development, Rhode Island’s early educators are among the lowest paid workers in the state, making on average about $12 per hour. It’s time to ensure wages of frontline staff exposed to the virus are above poverty level, and educators that have early childhood credentials, degrees, and demonstrate effective practice are rewarded with increased wages.
Take action today. Tell your legislators that Rhode Island’s early educators deserve worth wages!