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State Rewards Early Child Care Workers With Bonuses

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Connecticut Office of Early Childhood Commissioner Beth Bye said early childhood educators worked throughout the pandemic and ‘deserve to be applauded and rewarded for their dedication.’

By Christine Stuart, CTNewsJunkie.com 

An estimated 34,000 early child care workers in Connecticut will receive $70 million over the next few months from the state for working through the pandemic.

Gov. Ned Lamont Lamont announced the funding Thursday. It was approved as part of the 2023 budget. The individual bonuses for full-time workers will amount to $1,000 and $400 for part-time workers.

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