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The University of East London’s Ivana La Valle and Eva Lloyd, who were involved in the most recent evaluation of the 30 hours entitlement, discuss the key findings of their report and how the policy may develop in the future
Everything you need to know… but were afraid to ask.
Unions and charities have expressed their disappointment at the Chancellor’s failure to commit to helping schools and early years in his Spring Statement.
The School Cuts Coalition has called on the Government to address the ‘crisis’ in school funding ahead of the Chancellor’s Spring Statement today (Wednesday).
The Early Years Alliance has launched a survey for early years providers ahead of national minimum wage increases next month.
Hundreds of nursery school heads and governors are heading to Downing Street today (Monday 11 March) to call on the Chancellor to safeguard the future of nursery schools.
Childcare voucher providers are ramping up their campaign to re-open the scheme to parents.
The 30 hours policy is widening the gap between children with SEND and their peers, argue Ivana La Valle and Eva Lloyd
Costs for early years providers have risen over the past three years, DfE-commissioned research has concluded.
Children’s minister Nadhim Zahawi will announce later today that the Department for Education will provide an extra £24 million for maintained nursery schools to plan for the 2019/20 school year.
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