The Sector launches new ‘Reports’ stream, releases inaugural Provider and Innovation reports

by Freya Lucas

April 06, 2021

The Sector has confirmed it has entered the market research and report writing space with the creation of a new Report category on its flagship website and the release of two new early childhood education and child care (ECEC) sector focused reports. 

 

“We are thrilled to be able to announce the launch of our new Report section as well as the publication of two important new reports,” Founder and CEO of Sector Publishing Jason Roberts said. 

 

“It is essential that we continue to contribute to broadening the ECEC sector’s knowledge and information base, and I feel strongly that this latest development will do exactly that.”

 

The two initial report releases are Early Childhood Education and Care in Australia: Large Provider Review and Innovation in Early Childhood Education and Care: A Comprehensive Survey both of which are now available to purchase with a launch discount of 25 per cent being extended for the next four weeks. 

 

“A significant amount of time and effort has been invested in ensuring that these two reports don’t just meet The Sector’s very high editorial standards but also provide tangible, value added informational content that enables its readers to be better informed and make better decisions,” Mr Roberts said. 

 

“The reports themselves have very different focuses, but that’s also important as we recognise our diverse readership and their different needs. As we look ahead we will continue to build on this foundation and deliver more timely, high quality and relevant ECEC focused reports for all of our readership base.”

 

To visit the new report section and learn more please click here.

 

A summary of the key features of each report follows:

 

Early Childhood Education and Care in Australia: Large Provider Review

 

The Early Childhood Education and Care in Australia: Large Provider Review  provides a detailed snapshot of the ECEC sector in Australia from a large provider’s perspective.

 

It includes a detailed summary of the main developments and trends impacting the ECEC sector generally, and large providers specifically in 2020, along with a list of the twelve most significant themes likely to impact the sector in 2021, twenty individual large provider templates that capture a range of useful and timely information on each provider as well as network size and quality rankings.

 

It is essential reading for any researcher or sector professional engaged in ECEC sector research as part of undertaking due diligence, market or competitive analysis processes as they build a macro perspective of the key trends and players in Australia.   

 

Early Childhood Education and Care in Australia: Large Provider Review is also highly recommended to any professional interested in learning more about the ECEC sector in Australia with particular reference to the large providers currently operating in the space.

 

Click here to learn more. 

 

Innovation in Early Childhood Education and Care: A Comprehensive Survey

 

Innovation in Early Childhood Education and Care – A Comprehensive Survey is a 50+ page report exploring and documenting how innovation is being applied across the ECEC sector today.

 

For the first time in the Australian ECEC landscape, the report seeks to capture the very broad range of innovative practices currently in play across the ECEC sector in one document, with special attention given to how innovation is being deployed to improve organisational, pedagogical, professional learning and centre design outcomes as well as a complete directory of innovators currently active in ECEC.

 

It is a must-read for owners, operators and ECEC leaders who are interested in remaining competitive in the crowded ECEC market and who are focused on ensuring optimal outcomes for all stakeholders. 

 

Innovation in Early Childhood Education and Care – A Comprehensive Survey is also recommended to any ECEC professional interested in the latest trends in innovation in ECEC and looking for opportunities to improve outcomes for the children they care for and educate, the families they serve, the teams they employ or the organisations they run.

 

Click here to learn more. 

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