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Around 5 per cent of men now work in early years, but as June O'Sullivan explains, we need thoughtful debate on men in childcare now more than ever
In Ireland there is a recruitment crisis, but qualification requirements are not to blame - it's all about low pay, says Dr Moloney.
Nursery World's Ruth Thomson reports from our trip to see early years education in India, from nurseries to Diwali celebrations
Professor Cathy Nutbrown’s review of early years and childcare qualfications in 2012 found 445 available, of which 223 were deemed full and relevant.
Michael Pettavel looks for insights into what it really means to be a 'professional'
Extra free childcare hours – music to the ears of parents up and down the country, but recruitment challenges mean the delivery might not be so straightforward, warns Ms Gray.
Liz Roberts looks at the lasting impact of the fall in numbers of Level 3 students
Ahead of Father's Day, one Dad Jeremy Clarke, leader of E-Learning at Montessori Centre International, reflects on how the Montessori approach has an impact on his own family life.
Suzi Gray, Early Years Technical Advisor - City & Guilds, unpicks the draft level 3 apprenticeship standard
Neil Leitch, chief executive of the Pre-school Learning Alliance, calls for action to stop the decline in childminder numbers
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