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Dr Eunice Lumsden gives her views on the recent London School of Economics research, which found that graduates have little impact on children's outcomes

Following a study claiming that graduate staff and Ofsted Outstandings have little impact on children’s outcomes, a group of early years academics take issue with its methods

Just under three-quarters of parents would rather send their child to a nursery with an early years teacher than one without, new research suggests.

Sue Martin, professor of early childhood education in Toronto, says that Save the Children's call for more nursery teachers is missing the mark

A nationwide shortage of ‘10,000 trained nursery teachers’ is putting a quarter of a million children at risk of falling behind, a charity claims.

A group of early years teachers is campaigning to be awarded qualified teacher status in a bid to boost their standing and pay.

Laura Maguire, Dukes and Duchesses, Liverpool

Part 9: In the final instalment of her diary, newly qualified EYT Emma Davis jumps the final hurdles to achieve her qualification

The Department for Education remains vague over when it will publish its workforce strategy, despite criticism from a government spending watchdog for not having one while launching the 30-hours policy.

Part 8: Trainee EYT Emma Davis, manager of Busy Bees @ LPS (Ledbury Primary School) talks babies, observation, and how her training has helped impress Ofsted