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Vulnerable preschoolers slipping through the cracks: new research

Many preschoolers are missing out on the early childhood education they are entitled to. A report led by Professor Linda J Harrison, from Macquarie School of Education, explains why.

2024-05-21 00:31:00

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ASEAN meets in Lao PDR to discuss early childhood in South East Asia

Association of SouthEast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Education Ministers and Senior Officials convened at the ASEAN Ministerial Meeting and the Southeast Asia Regional Forum on Ensuring Equal Access to Quality Early Childhood Development and Care in Vientiane, Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) on 14 – 15 May 2024.

2024-05-20 10:13:58

by Freya Lucas

ECEC to benefit from NSW investment in regional development

Early childhood education and care (ECEC) is just one of a number of sectors which will benefit from a recent announcement by the New South Wales Government that it will invest $35 million in regional development initiatives.

2024-05-20 10:09:57

by Freya Lucas

Victoria announces new ECEC services to open in 2026

The Victorian Government has announced that it will bring an additional four early learning and childcare (ELCC) services to the list of those due to open in 2026, adding to the ten sites already scheduled for delivery.

2024-05-20 10:05:07

by Freya Lucas

Budget 2024: These early childhood educators love kids. But love won't pay the bills

The 2024 Federal Budget has included new and continuing early childhood initiatives to support educators and relieve the workforce crisis. That said, there are no rainbows or new pots of gold in easy reach for educators. Here’s what is new, and what remains the same.

2024-05-17 08:22:13

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