Retaining Early Childhood Teachers: What Factors Contribute to High Job Satisfaction in Early Childhood Settings in Australia?

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Original Research Paper. Retaining early childhood teachers: What factors contribute to high job satisfaction in early childhood settings in Australia? Catherine Jones, Fay Hadley and Melissa Johnstone. Macquarie University, Australia. Full reference: Jones, C., Hadley F., & Johnstone, M. (2017). […]

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