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Amid falling numbers of Early Years Teacher students, the University of Worcester has dropped its course, although Greenwich university has doubled its intake this year.
A letter signed by academics from more than 20 universities is being sent to MPs and ministers this week, warning that the early years graduate workforce is at risk.
Frustrated university lecturers have said inaction by the Government over Early Years Teacher Status risks the loss of a graduate-led workforce in the sector.
Most early years teachers don’t receive graduate-level pay, unlike the majority of those with Qualified Teacher Status, a survey has found.
Sheffield Hallam University’s (SHU) early years initial teacher training (EYITT) programme is the first in the country to be rated outstanding by Ofsted.
Early Education is joining forces with the Chartered College of Teaching to jointly run the Early Years Network.
New statistics show that the number of students starting Early Years Initial Teacher Training (EYITT) is continuing to fall with just 595 new entrants in 2017-18.
Save the Children wants to hear from private, voluntary and independent (PVI) settings and early years practitioners to inform its research into the graduate workforce.
Two early years teacher training providers have been rated 'requires improvement' by Ofsted for two years running.
Nursery groups in deprived areas should be led by an early years teacher or equivalent by 2020, a new report by a coalition of more than 80 organisations recommends.
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