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The OECE got the ball rolling on pay parity with the first national meeting in July 2019. Since then, we formed a pay parity steering group and the government changed salary attestation to be based on the first step of the KTCA and then the first 6 steps.
Our position remains strong on this issue as we advocate for all early childhood centres to be funded at least at the same amounts as Kindergarten Associations, and early childhood qualified teachers in centres and home-based to be paid at least equivalent to what primary school teachers earn for their training, experience, and professional recognition. In the articles and videos provided here, you can learn about the campaign and follow the progress.
Exploitation is a Real Issue for Government to Address. By Dr Sarah Alexander. August 27, 2019. Teacher exploitation is a problem that we must fix.
The Exploitation of Unqualified Teachers is Common. by Rachel Pratt. August 10, 2019. Exploitation of teachers in ECE is rife in the sector and unqualified
Pay Equity and Pay Parity Differences. Dr Sarah Alexander. August 9, 2019. Pay ‘parity’ and pay ‘equity’ are like chalk and cheese – very different
Cost Analysis: Can Service Providers Afford to Higher Wages to their Teachers?July, 26. 2019 The salaries paid to teaching staff vary greatly in amount between
Why teachers are turning their back on ECE. Bethany O’Hagan: Speech at the ECE Teacher Pay mass meeting. Wellington. July 14, 2019. Kia ora, my
Loss of Pay When Moving from Kindergarten to another ECE Centre. Karen Girvan: Speech at the ECE Teacher Pay mass meeting. Wellington. July 14, 2019.
Call for a Unified Pay Scale Hugo van Stratum: Speech at the ECE Teacher Pay mass meeting. Wellington. July 14, 2019. Kia ora I am
Investing in teachers is investing in children Janet Dixon: Speech at the ECE Teacher Pay mass meeting. Wellington. July 14, 2019. Kia ora, Talofa, my