Early years educators must teach children about gender equality

Laura House, head of education at childminding providers tiney
Thursday, March 25, 2021

Having spent the majority of my career in the education sector, the current public debate on gender inequality in the UK has prompted me to engage in some professional soul-searching, says childminder Laura House

Laura House: 'The influence of EYFS practitioners cannot be overstated when it comes to raising children to espouse the principles of tolerance and equality'
Laura House: 'The influence of EYFS practitioners cannot be overstated when it comes to raising children to espouse the principles of tolerance and equality'

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