Bookmarked Why Are Our Most Important Teachers Paid the Least? (mobile.nytimes.com)

Many preschool teachers live on the edge of financial ruin. Would improving their training β€” and their pay β€” improve outcomes for their students?

Jeenen Interlandi provides a view into the problems associated with preschool in the USA:

Teaching preschoolers is every bit as complicated and important as teaching any of the K-12 grades, if not more so. But we still treat preschool teachers like babysitters.

This reminds me of the work of Bronwyn Hinz.

Via Ian O’Byrne’s TLDR Newsletter