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Support HB 19-1005: Early Childhood Educator Tax Credit

Support HB 19-1005: Early Childhood Educator Tax Credit

Date Posted: January 11, 2019

The Early Childhood Educator Tax Credit is an innovative way to build economic self-sufficiency among the early childhood workforce and add stability to the $1.4 billion early care & education industry in Colorado. Pioneered in Louisiana and Nebraska and endorsed in Colorado’s Teacher Shortage Action Plan, this tax credit would encourage early childhood professionals to improve their skills as educators to better support the development of our young children. Small business owners and parents who rely on early care and education to work would also experience lower turnover in staff as employees experience better economic stability.

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