Equally important, it can help us understand the challenges behind these numbers. Pay is clearly an issue for both K-12 and out-of-school time staff. Most paid staff in the out-of-school time youth fields earn less than teachers and have fewer benefits. Some of these differences can certainly be chalked up to more advanced credentials, and better research can help strengthen the pipeline to full-time teaching, which is being increasingly promoted as a career path for afterschool workers.
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