Some curriculum programs can cost up to $5,000 per classroom. Others charge $3,000 for paper-based kits that must be renewed every three years and do not include onboarding or training.
These challenges come amid staffing woes in hiring and retaining early-childhood educators who often take it upon themselves to prepare lesson plans outside of school hours. They already are at high risk of burnout without the additional stress of implementing overly complicated lesson plans.
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