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Racial profiling childcare fraud: Dutch tax office accused

The Dutch tax office, Belastingdienst, is under investigation after being accused of illegally collecting information about dual-nationals to choose who to investigate for potential child benefit fraud on the basis of their ethnic profile, Dutch News has reported.

a month ago

by Lyndsie Clark

Scandinavia’s leading learn to read app Poio sold to learning platform pioneer Kahoot!

Poio, a game based learning to read program founded in 2016 that has become Scandinavias number one tablet based literacy application, has been sold to fellow Norwegian company Kahoot!, a specialist in game based learning platforms.

a month ago

by Jason Roberts

Applications for support payments open ahead of Irish National Childcare Scheme

Approximately AU$30 million in funding (€19 million) has been made available for early childhood education and care (ECEC) services in Ireland to support them as they prepare for a landmark new scheme representing the first ever statutory requirement to give financial support for childcare in the country.

a month ago

by Freya Lucas

What if kindness was the only rule? Glasgow’s children embrace the Kindness Movement

Glasgow, Scotland’s most populated city, has placed acts of kindness firmly on the agenda of it’s youngest citizens, in a move to make the city the first “Kindness City” in the nation.

2 months ago

by Freya Lucas

Claire Warden warns against dumbing down nature

Claire Warden recently shared her thoughts with UK organisation Day Nurseries, saying too many UK ECEC settings are “nature deniers” who are “faking it for children”, warning against nature- based programs which are a “bolt on” to early years learning, urging practitioners and parents to look more deeply, and think more reflectively, about how children engage with nature and nature- based play.

2 months ago

by Freya Lucas