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Improved understanding of allergy will benefit ECEC professionals MCRI says

A series of specific recommendations made during the 2020 Parliamentary Inquiry into Allergies and Anaphylaxis have now been brought to fruition, with funding for them announced in the 2022 Federal budget.

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by Freya Lucas

Researchers focus on early childhood educators’ social and emotional well-being with $2.1 million grant

Investigators at the Children’s Learning Institute at UTHealth Houston have been given a five-year, $2.1 million grant to test the impact of the Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education (CARE) program on the social and emotional well-being of early childhood educators in Head Start programs across three major cities in Texas.

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by Jason Roberts

Free ECEC would ‘pay for itself’ new report from Centre for Future Work finds

The investment required to implement free early childhood education and care (ECEC) would ‘pay for itself’ by unlocking female labour supply, boosting GDP and growing government revenues by billions of dollars, a new report from the Australia Institute’s Centre for Future Work has found.

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by Freya Lucas

Monash and Beyond Blue partnership unlocks 5 secrets for educator wellbeing

The wellbeing of educators impacts how they work with children, families and their colleagues and is an important component of ensuring optimal outcomes for education communities.

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by Freya Lucas

The Sector launches 2022 editions of ECEC Sector, Innovation and CCMS reports series

The Sector has launched the 2022 editions of its three popular report series that focus on the ECEC sector and its largest providers, Innovation in ECEC and Child Care Management Systems (CCMS).

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by Jason Roberts

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