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How a programme in Blackpool is engaging fathers in order to improve child outcomes and support dads in their parental role

Despite a recent Social Mobility Commission report and an IFS review under way, the inequality problem isn’t really being tackled

It matters that the average early years practitioner is paid the same as a hairdresser and that nearly half rely on state benefits

A new study highlights the challenges facing early years settings and how the Government can intervene.

With estimates stating that 11 cases of Female Genital Mutilation are reported daily in the UK, Angie Marriott FGM expert, and consultant at The Training Hub, explains why training for early years professionals is essential in order to protect children.

Labour’s proposed childcare revolution tackles some persistent problems, but it must be able to put its money where its mouth is

Nancy Stewart and Janet Moyles give a perspective from 40 years of TACTYC: Association for Professional Development in Early Years

Two reports reveal that degrees for early years staff are not sufficient on their own, and that Reception class sizes are too big

The Education Policy Institute is launching a new study on the early years workforce and how it can improve children’s outcomes

The Government should not abandon its proposals on early years graduates because there is not an easy way forward