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With no apparent action on Workforce Strategy promises for EYTs, the prospect of a graduate-led workforce is diminishing

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

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

Eunice Lumsden, head of Early Years at University of Northampton, argues that professionalising the workforce means adopting standards akin to those in professions such as social work

Part 5: Trainee EYT Emma Davis on the benefits - and disadvantages - of juggling manager duties with her training

Part 4: Trainee EYT Emma Davis gives wrapping paper a maths focus and has to contend with an observation on her first day back

Part 3: Trainee EYT Emma Davis has a nerve-wracking first observation

Part 2: Trainee EYT Emma Davis considers finding evidence for teachers' standards as she comes to the end of her first term at university

In the first instalment of her monthly online journal, trainee EYT Emma Davis talks about her interview and impressions of starting the new course

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